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Family Holidays East Midlands

Our Family Holidays in the East Midlands can offer Castles, Cathedrals - Beach, Space Centre or Rutland Water - heaps to do!

We found 7 child friendly holidays in East Midlands

  • YHA Sherwood Forest

    Child friendly hostel, Nottinghamshire

    This modern Sherwood Forest accommodation is on the edge of Robin Hood’s fabled territory. The location is idyllic,…
  • The Old Stables

    Child friendly bed & breakfast

    The Old Stables is stunning B&B accommodation in the heart of the National Forest. The Old Stables is that rare thing…
  • The Nest Glamping

    Child friendly glamping, Lincolnshire

    If you have ever considered staying in a Safari style lodge, next to a secret Lincolnshire lake, we have found just…
  • National Forest YHA

    Child friendly hostel, Leicestershire

    This eco-friendly hostel offers purpose-built ensuite accommodation next door to the popular Conkers visitor centre, ideal…
  • Lantern & Larks - Exton Park

    Child friendly glamping, Rutland

    Discover luxury glamping at it’s best in this tranquil rural setting. Set within a large Grade II listed 18th Century…
  • Golden Valley Caravan & Camping Park

    Child friendly campsite, Derbyshire*

    Golden Valley campsite is set within 26 acres of beautiful woodland in Derbyshire, enabling you and your family to explore…
  • Brackenborough Hall Coach House Holidays

    Child friendly cottage, Lincolnshire

    Brackenborough Hall Coach House near Louth, was winner of the best self-catering holiday in England 2009 (and more recently,…

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Family Holidays East Midlands

Sherwood Forest, Lincoln Castle and Cathedral, Rutland Water, the stunning Chatsworth House, the National Space Centre, Conkers and the National Forest, Bosworth Battlefield and a Seal Sanctuary - days out options are covered - and they don't include the joys of the beach at Skegness or fish and chips at Whitby and the like not mentioning Sherwood Forest and the adventures of Robin Hood which are what childhood dreams are made of.  

Historially this area is teaming with things to see and do.  There are towns big and small, from the lovely city of Lincoln with its outstanding cathedral to the quaint minster town of Southwell, home of the Bramley apple to Melton Mowbray, home of course to the Pork Pie and one of the oldest street markets in the country.  Sir Isaac Newton was born at Woolsthorpe Manor in 1642 where he formulated the differential calculus, the composition of white light and the law of gravitation and scribbled mathematical diagrams onto some of the walls!  There are six descendants of his famous 'Flower of Kent' Apple Tree in the orchard.  On the ancient village green of Market Overton you will find stocks and a whipping post - bound to become a talking point with the kids.  Stoke Dry overlooks the Eyebrook Reservoir famous for its use for practice by the RAF Dambusters before their raids on the Ruhr Dams in 1943. 

And of course we have lovely child-friendly accommodation raging from campsites to cottages with lots in between, all providing fab bases for visiting such places!  


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