Escape the school holiday chaos this Easter with a romantic break

Escape the school holiday chaos this Easter with a romantic break

Kids love the Easter break, as its two whole weeks off school with all the time in the world to play and have fun. Parents, however, are not always so fond of these particularly lengthy school holidays. With overexcited children to entertain at all hours and with no time left for themselves, mums and dads can soon find themselves in serious need of a break.

This Easter, why not escape the chaos of the school holidays and make a break for it with a romantic weekend away? All you need is a babysitter – grandparents are always a good bet – and a picturesque, intimate setting, and you’re all set for a refreshing, battery-recharging break. You’ll only need to leave the kids for one night, but it’ll make all the difference to your sanity!

Visit Bath this Easter

If a stunning countryside setting, luxurious boutique rooms and a convenient location next to a historic spa town sounds like your idea of the perfect location for a romantic Easter getaway, Britton’s Farm Estate could be just what you need. Stay in a private luxury suite in a historic 17th century Manor House set in acres of countryside in an official area of outstanding natural beauty, with a unique ‘butler style’ a la carte breakfast to wake up to.

What’s more, the World Heritage City of Bath, with all of its cultural hotspots and attractions, is just a stone’s throw away. It’s the perfect way to treat yourselves, to enjoy some quality time together in a relaxing, romantic setting.

If you feel too mean leaving the kids behind, you could always bring them along – Britton’s Farm Estate does indeed have a farm full of cute and cuddly animals for kids to befriend. There’s also a family friendly Cottage Suite with enough room for everyone, and plenty to do nearby for adults and kids of all ages, including Stonehenge and Longleat Safari Park.

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