The Easter weekend can be an expensive time to travel – especially if you need to book accommodation at your destination. Luckily, there are plenty of great travel options to consider that don’t involve hotel bookings at all – and could leave you with more spending money to enjoy on your trip!
Read on to find out more about three of the best ways to enjoy a family holiday without reserving an expensive hotel room!
Travelling with another family is a great way to keep costs down – and if you have friends who have children the same age as your own, it might be worth considering a trip together! Groups can often get better deals on travel costs – and if you choose to stay in self-catering accommodation, such as a holiday villa, you could save even more money.
Self-catering cottages are particularly great for families as they allow you to prepare healthy meals for the kids and enjoy your days at your own pace – you don’t need to worry about rushing back for set meal times or reminding the kids to be good in a restaurant.
Best of all, you’ll be making memories with friends that you – and your children – will enjoy for years to come.
It might not immediately seem like a match made in heaven, but cruises and budget travellers sometimes go hand-in-hand. Thanks to the magic of last-minute deals and online comparison services – such as Cruise.co.uk – you can often find brilliant bargains on voyages with Celebrity Cruises and other major providers.
Cruising is a surprisingly wise choice for those on a tight budget. Often, the final booking price you pay includes meals and drinks, which means you will know exactly how much your holiday will cost before you even set sail!
Best of all, many cruises are family friendly – you might even find that yours has special activities planned just for kids, so mums and dads can enjoy a bit of rest and relaxation. Plus, cruise ships stop at all manner of fascinating destinations, so it shouldn’t be too difficult to find the ideal itinerary for you.
Plan an adventurous break
There are lots of fun family holiday ideas to enjoy on UK shores – and one of the best ways to see all our country has to offer is to get right out and experience them firsthand!
Coastal treks, playing hide-and-seek in the forest, cycling together as a family and sleeping under the stars are all great ways to have an active and adventurous break right here in the UK. Camping is always exciting for kids – and the good news for parents is that sleeping in a tent or camper van is usually much easier on the wallet than a hotel.
It is important to remember that not all campsites are created equal – some will be better equipped for family travellers who are keen to have a few creature comforts while away from home. Make sure you read online reviews to make your booking – this will help you determine which facilities offer the best value for your family.
Wherever you choose to spend Easter, if you think outside the box, you can enjoy a brilliant holiday without setting foot in a hotel! Start planning your perfect budget-friendly family break today.