Summer Holidays Activities For Kids: Enjoy A Family Getaway In Bath

Summer holidays activties

by Alison Coldridge |
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Never got around to booking a family holiday? Whisk your brood away for a long weekend in the historic city of Bath with this ah-mazing five-star hotel deal

Forget wading through travel site to find a brilliant UK hotel stay – we’ve got one right here for you.

Lucknam Park Hotel & Spa is offering four night stays for the price of three, giving you the chance to take advantage of a mini family break. The luxury country hotel is breathtaking, surrounded by 500 acres of parks and landscaped gardens.

It boasts lots for your little one to do – there’s a play area, indoor swimming pool and even a football pitch and tennis courts. Plus, there’s a spa you can zone out in while your partner amuses your tot… (wishful thinking?).


Your toddler will love a trip to get up close with animals of all shapes and sizes at nearby Longleat or a visit to the famous Wookey Hole caves. And Bath’s city centre is only six miles away, filled with cinemas, parks and plenty of ways you can put a big smile on your small person’s face.

A four night stay at the Lucknam Park Hotel & Spa with this offer, valid until the end of September, will cost £1,710, saving you an incredible £570.


Lucknam Park Hotel & Spa, Colerne, Chippenham, Wiltshire SN14 8AZ

If you don’t have the time or funds to escape to Lucknam Park right now, you can still enjoy a family day out in the Bath or Bristol area for little to no cost. On sunny days, take a picnic to Royal Victoria Park and let your little one go wild in the playground. We’re talking slides, swings, a sand pit, tunnel slides and much more. Toddler heaven.


Or Avon Valley Country Park, with it’s miniature gauge railway and indoor and outdoor play areas, caters to both the wet and dry weather.

Alternatively, head to your own local park for a day of fun!

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