Easter break

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Fran
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Easter break

Postby Fran » Thu Feb 17, 2011 2:56 pm

Hello everyone,
Just wondering is any of you has got some tips regarding where to go for a week during Easter. Ideally sunny but max 5hours flight for a couple (and i'll be 5months pregnant) + a 2 and a half years old.
Any ideas?
Thanks x
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Skirting Broads
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Re: Easter break

Postby Skirting Broads » Mon Feb 21, 2011 11:10 am

My villa in Kapparis, Cyprus, is still available for Easter. Kapparis is a super resort for families because Fireman's Beach (5 mins walk away) is a lovely safe and sandy bay which never gets too crowded, even in the heart of summer. There are some excellent restaurants and bars close by to the villa but NO fast food chains, souvenir shops or nightclubs - you have to head over to Protaras or Ayia Napa if you want those. Plus temperatures will be in the high 70s - maybe low 80s - at that time of year but without the high humidity you will get in July and August

You can check Grey Goose Villa out on Owners Direct (reference CY2045) and it has its own page on Facebook.

The normal cost for Easter week would be £480 but I'm happy to do a 10% discount for Nappy Valley members

Kind regards

Barbara
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Re: Easter break

Postby chezANIA » Wed Feb 23, 2011 1:04 pm

The Loire Valley countryside offers bright, sunny, blue sky days and April offers between 16-21 degrees. Les Limornieres offers families with small children a relaxing base to unwind.

1 hour flight from Stansted to Tours (TUF) or Poitiers (PIS).
1 hour onward drive from airport - little traffic, straightforward route.

http://www.franceholidaycottage.com

For days out - visit the medieval town of Loches with excellent restaurants, cafes, farmers markets and toddler friendly public gardens. Toddler friendly parks in nearby Descartes (10min) and in most of the surrounding historic towns & villages.

Zoo Beauval (40 mins) a hit with toddlers and their parents!
Visiting Chateaux in April offers you the chance to stroll & enjoy the scenery whilst allowing your toddler the relative freedom to wander & run on ahead in the well laid out gardens which will sometimes feel as though you have them to yourselves....beating the coach parties of Jul/Aug!

We are offering 10% off our Chene cottage for 5 nights or more and a 20% discount on Saule our two bedroom cottage for 5 nights or more.

Offer valid to NVN members when you book direct with owner - chezania@franceholidaycottage.com or via website link above.

Offer includes Easter, Bank holidays, School holidays...even Royal wedding ;D

Our rental prices include a good range of age appropriate children & babies equipment, toys and games lightening the packing load when you leave home.

Don't take my word for it check out our independent reviews of TripsAdvisor: http://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Hotel_Revi ... ml#REVIEWS
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Re: Easter break

Postby Tots Too » Mon Feb 28, 2011 11:22 am

These hotels are family friendly, but also have spa with treatments specially for pregnancy:
http://www.totstoo.com/pregnancy-spas-f ... swellbeing
Cyprus would be a good bet for Easter, warm but not unbearably hot, so have a look at Le Meridien Limassol or Aphrodite Hills
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Re: Easter break

Postby GHChildcare » Mon Feb 28, 2011 12:51 pm

I have just been to Egypt to stay at the Hilton in Dahab. 5 hours flight, 1 hour transfer in aircon minibus. Glorious 28 sunny everyday, all meals eaten outdoors. All very peaceful and cheap there now ! Highly recommended ! I booked with Longwood Holidays.
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Re: Easter break

Postby Fran » Wed May 18, 2011 10:31 am

many thanks for all the great ideas, haven't been away for easter but now going in june so will def have a look, xx
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