Hoseasons Daisy Door family holiday cottages are perfect for easy UK family breaks, offering comfortable retreats complete with all home comforts. Located in both coastal and rural locations, all lodges enjoy easy access to either the beach or walking and cycling trails (or all of the above) plus on-site facilities such as swimming pools, a hot tub, coffee shops and activities for children. AND we offer exclusive discounts if you sign up for our newsletter.
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If you want a weekend away in the great outdoors with kids but are averse to roughing it under canvas, a Hoseasons Daisy Door holiday could be the perfect solution. With locations around the UK, chosen for the gorgeous countryside they sit in, these family-friendly self-catering properties offer you the best of both worlds; fabulous scenery to get up and out and active in and a comfortable home to call your own for the duration of your stay.
If your kids are groaning at the thought of being out in the middle of nowhere with nothing to do, you can reassure them that they’ll get the chance to meet new friends as the cottages are in clusters, giving you the chance for some privacy without being isolated. Swimming pools and playgrounds in the grounds to keep the little ones happy are perfect icebreakers. In some locations you’ll find communal courtyards with barbecues cooked up by the host and in others you’ll have your own private bbq, terrace and hot tub. Facilities vary but you can expect to find tennis courts, lush gardens, and easy access for biking, hiking, horse-riding, sailing and fishing and much more.
Lots of these cottages are restored from old-farm buildings so are full of rustic charm on the outside, while the interiors have been brought up-to-date with the modern world. Teens can be kept happy with WiFi and ipod docking stations and will be impressed with the sleek interiors, and TVs and DVD players for rainy days will keep younger members of the crew happy.
Whether you opt for Cornwall with its rugged coastlines and fabulous surfing beaches, the Isle of Wight for a slice of island life and some fossil hunting or Wales to be on the doorstep of the Snowdonia National Park (perfect for some stomping and wildlife watching), or indeed any of the other locations on the map, you and your kids will find it hard to head back home once the holiday is over.