The UK is a great place for the family that loves to travel together. There are so many beautiful and interesting places that will keep everyone from the toddler to the grandparent enthralled. There are plenty of family-friendly properties in the UK which have everything you need to keep children happy, whilst also being stylish for the adults. Here are 6 great UK destinations for a harmonious multi-generational holiday.



Cardiff is a beautiful city that is great for a multi-generational holiday. The city has many exciting places to visit like Cardiff Castle and National Museum Cardiff. Wander along the Cardiff Waterfront where you can see fabulous architecture, public spaces, and interesting art. Be sure to explore the trail along Barrage Bay where you can see how this once heavily polluted area has been transformed.

 cardiff castle


Devon is located in the southwest of England and is a county which encompasses fossil cliffs, sandy beaches, moorland parks and medieval towns. Take a walk along the footpath of the South West Coast Path and enjoy scenic views of cliffs and harbours along your trail. You can enjoy the natural open expanse of the moors in Exmoor. You can enjoy a family-friendly time in the Crealy Great Adventure Parks which offers themed rides and attractions. You can visit the Dartmouth Castle, Exeter Cathedral, Watermouth Castle and Hartland Abbey to see the examples of the stunning architecture found in this county.



Yorkshire is a fabulous place for people of all ages to visit. There any many beautiful beaches on the Yorkshire Coast and if you are thinking of taking your dog with you, then plan your holiday out of season, (usually October to April) when the dog restrictions aren’t being enforced. Reighton Sands is a dog-friendly beach near Filey where all the family can enjoy going for a walk on the sand.

Another beautiful area of Yorkshire is the 841 square miles of Yorkshire Dales National Park. You can walk, cycle, or drive through different areas of the park and see stunning landscapes, stone-built villages, farmlands, obsolete mines, flowery meadows an underground labyrinth of caves, and spectacular waterfalls. Be sure to visit The Forbidden Corner in Leyburn, an exciting maze through a variety of unusual buildings and gardens.



Stonehenge is an exciting monument for people of all ages. This exciting rock formation is more than 5,000 years old and it is still shrouded in mystery. No one has discovered for what purpose it was built even though scientists have been studying it for years. There are plenty of great accommodations nearby and the family can go camping, glamping, or stay in a hotel together.

 the rocks at stonehenge


Durham lies in the northeast region in England, south of Newcastle upon Tyne. You can visit the Durham Cathedral for its Roman architecture which has the shrine of St Cuthbert and a treasury museum. The Durham Castle is an 11th-century castle which has been occupied by the Durham University College since 1840. Enjoy a calm stroll through the Durham University Botanic Garden which has an area of 25 acres and is filled with beautiful plant life. Be sure to spend a fun-filled day outdoors at the Diggerland Durham which offers real ride-on diggers and go-karting.


If you were thinking about heading further north up to Scotland, you could always save time by parking at the Durham Tees Valley International Airport and fly up to Scotland. They have plenty of regular flights to Scotland and Norway so you can make the most of your time and get to see more amazing sights.


The Cotswolds

The Cotswolds are a great place for family members of all ages. You can rent a cabin in the woods that has a hot tub or stay in accommodations in the small towns and villages. If you choose to rent a cabin in the woods you can spend your days trekking through trails, try bird watching, or set up a family adventure like a scavenger hunt. Be sure to explore the surrounding area where you can see towns and villages that reinvented themselves, ancient Roman monuments, and enjoy festivals all year round.

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