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Somewhere children can have lots of freedom

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lovemylot1 Thu 03-Jan-19 19:39:46

Hoping for some great recommendations for our next holiday in August.

Have three dc, 6, 4 and 1. Want to have a holiday where there is lots of outdoor space in lovely countryside for the older two to explore plus decent indoor play barn and swimming pool.

Would love some help as am spending too long on this!

lovemylot1 Thu 03-Jan-19 21:06:18

Anyone?

mummymeister Fri 04-Jan-19 09:20:50

have a look at Wringworthy cottages in Looe. our kids really enjoyed it here. they have an outdoor heated swimming pool a huge childrens playbarn and lots of acres of land which the kids went for picnics and star gazing in. they also have farm animals which you feed twice a day. www.wringworthy.co.uk

Ricekrispie22 Sat 05-Jan-19 07:01:50

Poltarrow Farm in Cornwall

Onefliesoverthecuckoosnest Tue 08-Jan-19 14:34:41

Bosinver in Cornwall.

FrederickCreeding Tue 08-Jan-19 14:35:40

I came on to say Bosinver too.

Whattodowithaminute Sat 19-Jan-19 07:33:27

Gladwins farm in Suffolk
Cranmer cottages in Norfolk

Anytime Sun 20-Jan-19 12:14:52

We went to Bosinver when ours were 2 and 3 and it was great BUT it is pricey so haven't ventured back.

parrotfashionista Wed 06-Feb-19 23:21:15

Try pagal in France - very kiddy friendly

SamHogan Thu 07-Mar-19 13:42:11

Poltarrow Farm is about 1600 for a family of 4 for a week in Cornwall, but it's fab for children.

anniehm Thu 07-Mar-19 14:10:35

Pembrokeshire is really lovely, near Tenby there's a great holiday type place I've been told about, but most costal caravan sites can offer what you need (we went to one on the llyn peninsular years back not far from snowdon)

Heratnumber7 Thu 07-Mar-19 14:20:53

Camping. Anywhere.

EmmaDiana Wed 13-Mar-19 16:28:50

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whataboutbob Wed 03-Apr-19 18:00:23

For freedom the western isles are hard to beat- safe, unpolluted, uncrowned, sparse traffic. But you have to risk the weather.

MrsMoastyToasty Wed 03-Apr-19 18:03:01

Look at wild camping (basically "off grid") in Scotland.

MrsAmaretto Sun 21-Apr-19 21:00:28

No idea what a Playbarn is but Shetland has freedom and superb swimming pools

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