Budle Bay Croft – 5-star luxury farm-stay holidays on a lovely coastal smallholding in Bamburgh, Northumberland. 2 cottages – Budle Falls and Budle Haugh
Owner Allison has been in touch with Mumbler to tell us about her incredibly family friendly cottages and to offer Mumblers a 5% discount when booking directly with her; email@example.com
“Luxurious serenity with bags to do – gorgeous 5* self catering cottages on a magical coastal smallholding in the parish of Bamburgh on the Northumberland coast.Two cosy, comfortable, contemporary and romantic 2 bedroomed self catering cottages ideal for families, couples, dog lovers, groups of friends, parties, reunions, honeymoons, hen parties, birthday celebrations.Short breaks, weekends and weekly bookings, open all year round.
Very child friendly and family friendly – cots, highchairs, potties, bath toys, toys, outdoor toys, moses basket, travel cots with comfy mattresses, cot linen, step up stools, baby carriers, baby monitors, changing mats, high chairs and stair-gates provided free of charge. Several acres of grounds with play parks, farm animals, ride on toys and private gardens too.
Dog friendly too – acres of grounds to explore and run around, dog basket, bowls and doggie treats provided for our 5* pooch guests”
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Kirby Misperton Malton, North Yorkshire YO17 6UX (approximately 1 hour 15 mins from Doncaster)
Flamingo Land is a combined theme park, zoo and holiday resort.
There are 8 extreme rides, including the record breaking (2009) Mumbo Jumbo. Family attractions include the new ‘Flamingo 1’ racing cars and Peter Rabbits Adventure playground. Visit 140 species in the award-winning zoo, including the tiger cub. The resort village includes luxury lodges, holiday homes and cottages.
General admission £41.50 per person (£35 online), Family ticket £129 (£112 online) (4 people)
Children classified as age 16 or under
Children under 3 years FREE
Senior citizens £28
Disabled gues/carer £28 each
0800 40 888 40
“We opened our little campsite in Killinghall last year www.thecudlife.co.uk and get LOADS of local families staying – one local family came 3 weekends running last year!! We have a campfire which we allow people to light on a Saturday night and this seems to be the biggest attraction.”
Check our our campsite and holiday cottages on: www.thecudlife.co.uk
We went to a lovely place in Cornwall, called Tintage. It’s where King Arthur was meant to have been born.
We rented a lovely cottage in walking distance of the tow and whilst there visited the Edan project. There were lovely walks and lots to see and do. It also wasn’t far from the zoo. BH Oct 2013