Even your gran will love these trip ideas: Here’s our guide to multi-generational holidays

Travel together at no extra cost

Crossing the channel with Eurotunnel le Shuttle is a great way to save money if you have a car that’s full of people or pets.

This is an alternative to flying, which costs per person. You pay per vehicle. If you are traveling with your whole group, this is a great way to save money.

Prices starting at EUR60 per vehicle for 9 persons

Domaine des Etangs

Enjoy the beauty of Limousin, France.

Domaine des Etangs, Limousin, France: This converted private home is surrounded by more than 1,000 hectares protected countryside and has recently been transformed into an exclusive hotel.

You can choose from six cottages in the farmhouse, which are perfect for multi-generational getaways. Domaine des Etangs is an ex-family home. Domaine des Etangs is a former family home. It has two swimming pools, a vegetable garden and is a great place to spend quality time together as a group. This makes it a wonderful playground for families.

There’s also an outdoor wooden playground for children and a vegetable garden for them to explore. A guided tour of the farm allows children to meet the cows of Domaine and other farm animals.

You can also find a wide range of indoor activities, including a spa called the Moulin Des Etangs. The Moulin des Etangs is a place where children can enjoy a pamper session with their parents.

Access to the Algarve’s beach is easy

Pine Cliffs, a 5-star resort in Portugal has eight swimming pools and 11 restaurants. The resort also boasts one of Europe’s largest kids clubs, so you can enjoy some quiet adult time with your loved ones.

Pine Cliffs offers a lift that bypasses the 110 steps down to the beach for those with difficulty with stairs. The walkway leading to the beach from the lift is still a bit steep so this route isn’t completely accessible.

You’ll be able to bring less stuff because there’s a restaurant and a towel hut right on the beach. You can also order drinks and snacks right from your sunbed via an app.

A weekend getaway in York

York, the historic city, is great for a long weekend getaway with your family. It’s easy to travel by train from many of the UK’s main cities. Once you arrive, you can walk anywhere in the city. You don’t need to worry about parking or fitting everyone into your car.

It’s free to visit the National Railway Museum and is a great way for an afternoon. You can also visit the visiting exhibitions that are often on display, so make sure to check before you go. Another great place to visit is the Jorvik Centre. Even though it is expensive for a brief visit, the visitors learn all about York’s amazing Viking past.

The Grand Hotel offers afternoon tea. They offer an afternoon tea for children that swaps Earl gray and posh pastries in favor of donuts, milkshakes, and doesnuts.

To keep the kids occupied, family friends take ghost walks through the city center in the evening. You can also book The Grand Hotel’s babysitting services. Adults can then enjoy York’s independent craft beer and cocktail bars.

Go to the mountains of Switzerland

We all know how beautiful the Swiss mountain look. Jungfrau in Bernese Alps, is a wonderful place to stay if this beauty interests you.

Jungfrau is Europe’s highest railway station, but it is easy to reach the mountains via the extensive train network. You can explore the ice caves and view the glacier from this area.

There are many activities for the more energetic members of your group: mountain carting and zip wiring, as well as skiing in winter. For those who have less energy, you can still enjoy the views and eat with a view. You can also meet up with others using the Eiger Express Lift.

You will find plenty of accommodation options in the area. Interlaken is the larger of the three towns and generally costs less. It also has all the amenities that you need. You can also reach Grindelwald and Wengen by train if you’re looking for a more remote area in the mountains.

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Jersey Dolphin sightings

A day on a boat to explore Jersey’s stunning coastline and spot wildlife is a great option if you are thinking of a summer trip to Jersey.

Jersey Seafaris offers a range of excursions throughout the Channel Islands. You can charter your boat to create the perfect day with your entire family if you have a lot of people.

You can travel to France in 30 minutes by RIBboat. Enjoy a luxurious picnic, BBQ, paddle boarding, and other beach games.

Keep an eye out for dolphins or seals on the return trip. You can also stop at a private beachbank to enjoy a glass of champagne (for grownups only).

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Shropshire is a big group that meets at the pub.

Although it may not sound like the perfect family vacation, we are here to help .

The Boar’s Head, in Bishop’s Castle (South Shropshire), was once a pub. Although it looks like a pub from the outside, it has been converted inside into self-catering accommodation. It still has its original working bar, so you can grab a pint.

This is a great choice if you have a large family that wants to live together. It can hold up to 23 people. A large industrial-sized kitchen is available for preparing a family meal.

The Boar’s Head offers entertainment on-site, including a pool table, air-hockey, and table football tables. There is also an old-fashioned jukebox, karaoke, and a movie-screening room.

A jumbo hot tub is located outside in the fairy-lit strewn beer yard. It’s ideal for alfresco drinking.

The pub is in Bishop’s Castle. It is a ‘walkers’ friendly town that offers many routes through the Shropshire Hills. It’s worth visiting quirky buildings like a cottage with flowers and a ‘zip’-painted terrace.

A ‘poetry pharmacist’ is located in the town. This offers customers a personal shopping experience for poetry, books and other related products with a special focus on their mental health. The building is designed to look like an old Victorian pharmacy.

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