Do you find it hard to find family friendly accommodation in Europe?
Family friendly accommodation in Europe can be hard to find at a good price, make no mistake it requires some looking and searching.
Once there is more than 3 of you most hotels will want you to book a second room. This is something we won’t do. We won’t be forced to pay extra because the hotels don’t have the infrastructure to accommodate families. How dare they expect families to pay extra. Not all Hotels are like this, though. We found Premier Inn in the UK to be great at accommodating 4 of us.
Instead, we turn to apartments. Apartments are bigger, they offer more facilities such as the chance to cook and fridges to store food for family holidays in Europe. All this helps with families and there travelling budgets. You will find below the apartments we have used across Europe ( and some hotels). These Apartments will all be centrally located, near public transport, restaurants and sights. That is a must for us here at Wyld Family Travel.
We have stayed in all the properties listed and would have no hesitation in recommending these to our fellow family travellers. Alternatively, we recommend that you use booking.com or Hotels Combined to find the right accommodation for your European family holidays. Booking allows you free cancellation just in case your plans change for you European family holidays.
Good luck with your search for family friendly accommodation in Europe
Index of Countries:
. Belgium . Germany . Serbia . Norway . Netherlands . Italy
. England . Montenegro . Sweden
Let the search for family friendly accommodation in Europe begin!
Tikva Looijen from GEZIN OP REIS stayed in Les Tanneurs in Namen Belgium, quirky building with 17 rooms in old houses. Every room is different but we stayed in the family room with big double bed and a small extra room with the bunkbed. Great breakfast.
It was actually the first hotel room we had stayed it that was large enough for all of us and with heaps of room to spare! It was really clean and I loved that the sofa bed was already made for us. In most places because the room was so small it would have to be packed up every morning but with Old Town Maestro it could stay made! The girls thought it was awesome that it was re-made for them every morning and their dolls would be propped up on their pillows. It was that tiny touch that made their days! Perfect family accommodation.
These apartments are perfect for family holidays in Europe
Hi! I’m Christine, a Canadian girl, who with my husband and son moved to Germany for work, and an adventure! Since then, we have travelled to many European countries with our kids. You can find more from Christine at Tapped Out Travellers
I loved Ibis Styles because it was clean, it had easy access to all parts of Berlin that we wanted to go to and there was so much variety around us. It was easy to find food for the kids and for us as well. It also had a great breakfast that we all enjoyed!
Again the people running the apartments were so friendly! Mark is actually still in contact with one of the people who ran the front desk! It was spacious and nice and bright during the day. It also had the washing machine which was awesome as by this stage I think we were really running our of fresh clothes!
I really liked the Dragon because of the proximity to everything in Krakow. It was an enjoyable walk to the Old Town and markets from the apartment. I also really liked the help we received from the front desk when Willow’s lost suitcase turned up. They could not have been more friendly. Great low cost family accommodation
absolutely loved this home. It just felt like you were so welcome and even though we didn’t speak the same language it did not feel uncomfortable at all. The girls loved it for the space and play equipment. I have heard from some families that children are rarely catered for but in this instance they both felt like they were home. And as we said before the breakfast was AMAZING!!
could go on forever about how much we loved it! The thing that stuck out for me was the help we received from the hosts. We had maps and Rita went through so much with us so we felt confident about traveling the city. It was really clean, it was big and we all had our own space that we could go to! It was just a fantastic place to stay! This was probably our favorite family accommodation.
There was just so much to see all the time. We were there on the celebration of Sao Paulo so the girls watched what was going on from the balcony.It was clean and well run with our room cleaned every day. That was something the girls thought was really crazy!
Kevin, Christina and their 2 kids are The Wandering Wagars. No visit to Portugal is complete without visiting beautiful Lagos in the Algarve region. While there we stayed at the Carvi Beach Hotel with our little guy. It’s steps from the beach and fantastic restaurants, and the rooftop terrace offers incredible views of the coast.
Recommended by Carrie Bradley from flying with a baby.
Jennifer is an American expat living in Europe. I post about our amazing travels around Europe. As well as beneficial information to parents with young-ish children. I am a mother of three and I base my findings on my children. Jennifer’s blog is Kid Friendly Europe 101 .
Fantastic location in a beautiful area close to many family attractions including the old port, the beach and Barcelona zoo. The apartment is modern and well equipped with helpful staff, free wifi and shops and restaurants nearby
This apartment was reccommended by Marta at Learning Escapes. Marta travels with her huisband and two kds.
Hotel L was recommended by Jenna at The world and kids who stayed there with her family. Motel L is a vibrant hotel located just outside the city centre of Stockholm. They have great family rooms available with fold out bunk beds which were very exciting for the kids! The breakfast was fresh and for a reasonable price. Kids prices were also available. “It’s like we are staying at Ikea” said Bailee, 5yrs. Motel L is located just opposite the tram line and not too far to walk into the city. We really enjoyed our stay!
Disclaimer: This article contains affiliate links. The properties are only recommended by ourselves and other bloggers listed. This no way ensures that the properties meet everyone’s standards.
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We hit the road in Europe in November 2016