It’s been years since I have spent the weekend in London so when I was asked if we would like to spend the night at The Royal Garden Hotel in Kensington I was thrilled. The fact that we were invited to stay on Mother’s Day weekend made it feel even more special. We had the most amazing family adventure.
Taking the whole family on a campervan trip is always a great way to create amazing memories and have some quality time together, but it can also be a little chaotic if you don’t abide by certain rules. Whilst you want to have a fun time and remember your trip for many years to come, you want it to be for all the right reasons, and these useful but simple rules are perfect for helping your family campervan trip run smoothly and safely, whilst still ensuring you all have a blast.
I have written in the past about our adventures at Bluestone, Wales, we always have a wonderful time and we have been really lucky with the weather during our stays too. So, as you can imagine, when Bluestone asked if we would like to spend a mid-week break there at the end of November I said yes please!
I love this time of year, and I love arranging for my daughter to do Christmas themed things, like seeing Santa and Christmas crafts and things. We were lucky enough to be invited to Bluestone for the last week in November and as part of our stay there we were asked if we would like to go along to the Kingdom of the Elves presents Elftopia experience.
If you’re planning your next family holiday, you should consider booking a family cruise. They’re no longer the formal holiday that might initially come to mind and now cater to everyone, making it the perfect holiday for all your family.