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For centuries, Tunisia has cast its spell over visitors – in myth and legend, over the Romans whose term for the country gave the whole African continent its name, and over those thousands who’ve been beguiled by its culture, its...

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If ever there was a name designed to give you itchy feet, it’s the Great West Way. 125 miles of adventure stretching from London in the east to Bristol in the west, following ancient routes, passing castles and stone circles,...

The post Four days exploring the Great West Way with kids appeared first on mummytravels.

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The last time I went to Longleat Safari Park, a monkey made off with a strip of rubber from the top of my car. So this time, heading back with my daughter to see the new Koala Creek at Longleat,...

The post Koala Creek at Longleat Safari Park, Wiltshire appeared first on mummytravels.

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Right on the border of England and Wales, tucked away in the Wye Valley, there stands an ancient woodland – and whether you’re tempted by the history and legends or the family-friendly attractions, you won’t be short of reasons to...

The post 5 things to do in the Forest of Dean with kids appeared first on mummytravels.

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Is April always this busy? Between our Easter travel around Wiltshire, Gloucestershire, Somerset and Wales, a few days trips out and a final sunny escape for me to Tunisia – check out #familytunisia over on Twitter as I’m there *right...

The post April in brief: Easter travel highlights appeared first on mummytravels.

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I spent much of my childhood camping: as a Girl Guide, pitching the traditional canvas tents and tying knots (all of which I have forgotten) and with my parents in significantly more comfortable pre-erected tents with beds… And it didn’t...

The post Luxury camping holidays – how to camp in style appeared first on mummytravels.

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When you’re travelling with kids, there’s nothing like accommodation that’s part of the experience rather than simply a place to sleep – so with animals on site, birds of prey next door, and a great location to explore, our Forest...

The post Forest of Dean cottage review – Brambles at Forest Barn Holidays appeared first on mummytravels.

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If you’re visiting London, whether that’s a day trip or a longer break, you’ll find yourself on public transport at some point – and chances are that means the Tube. Having travelled on it as a child myself and navigated...

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There’s nothing I love more than dreaming about travel. The trips we’ll take, the places we’ll visit. But with so many choices, how do you find the best family holidays for your budget and your dates? ad/paid collaboration & affiliate...

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There’s nothing like the peace of falling asleep under the stars, listening to an owl hoot, slowing down and switching off – but much as I love this side of camping, curling up to sleep in a sweaty little tent...

The post Penhein glamping review – luxury glamping in Wales appeared first on mummytravels.

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