With its striking coastlines, rolling countryside and bustling cities, there are countless spots in the UK to make some lasting family-holiday memories.
 
Here are the top 10 UK destinations to visit with your brood.
 
1. A cottage holiday
Rent a cottage in Devon or Cornwall, and explore some of the UK’s most beautiful coastline. The kids can surf, ride ponies, and make their own holiday adventures exploring the local beaches that stretch as far as the eye can see.
 
2. Visit a farm
Delight the kids with a holiday on a working farm. You can bottle-feed the lambs, collect the eggs, help milk the cows, and choose from fabulous locations in locations in Cornwall, Dorset and Somerset. If want to camp in style, stay at Feather Down Farms, which has beautiful fixed tents at 20 farms across England. 
 
3. Kids' camp
Children between seven and 17 can head off to summer camp with Camp Beaumont which has locations in the UK and France, and a great selection of multi-activity holidays that include quad-biking, caving, kayaking, zipwiring and archery.
 
4. Family fun in Jersey
Merton Hotel in Jersey is of the UK’s most family-friendly hotels. It boasts a weather-proof Aquadome complete with swimming pools, slides and fountains, plus a large outdoor pool complex, a learn-to-surf Flowrider and child-friendly evening entertainment. Parents will love the spacious family suites and serviced apartments and four restaurants.
 
5. Camping in the Lake District
If you’ve never tried a family holiday in the Lake District, you’ll be amazed by the natural beauty of the region. It’s ideal for children of all ages, whether you have teenagers keen to conquer peaks and explore slate mines, or toddlers paddling in lakes and riding steam trains.
 
6. Go sailing
Renting a boat or barge to explore some of the UK’s most beautiful rivers and canals is a fun family holiday and great value. Full tuition is provided so you don’t need any experience at the helm, and you can choose from 1,600 boats across the country. Find out more from British Waterways.
 
7. The city experience
Take the kids to London and stay in a spacious serviced apartment,  a good-value alternative to expensive hotels offering freedom and home comforts. Book a Westend show, and take the kids around the many sights around the city. If London doesn't take your fancy - there are many great cities around the UK - such as Edinburgh, Glasgow, Belfast and Cardiff - with lots to do with the family. 
 
8. Waterside house in Wales
Pembrokeshire has superb beaches, great sailing and walking, and better-value self-catering than the West Country. Rock House, sleeping up to six in three bedrooms, has an enclosed back garden and a front terrace overlooking the Cleddau Estuary. The sand at Broad Haven is a 20-minute drive away.
 
9. Join the camping craze
If you have your own kit, you can pitch up at one of 23 Haven Holiday parks around the British coastline. Each site has great family facilities. Alternatively, rent a spacious caravan, a three-bedroom tent or African-style safari tent for extra fun for the kids.
 
10. Seaside fun 
Visit one of the many seaside resorts in the UK for a family holiday to remember. Take a trip to Blackpool in England, Barry island in Wales, or Stonehaven in Scotland for the ultimate seaside experience - with donkey rides, funfairs and sandcastles galore. 
 
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