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Child Friendly Bed & Breakfast in the UK

Set out below are luxury child friendly bed & breakfast in the UK including Church Farm House. Each of Britain's Finest child-friendly bed & breakfasts provide family rooms and offer an environment suitable for an enjoyable family break.

The Elms

The Elms, 14 Penwinnick Rd, St Austell, Cornwall

14 Penwinnick Rd, St Austell

Children over 6 welcome
The Elms Guest House is a warm and friendly bed and breakfast in St Austell on the Cornish Riviera just minutes from the popular Eden Project and the beautiful victorian Lost Gardens of Heligan. A magnificent Georgian Style House dating back to... more

Degembris Farmhouse

Degembris Farmhouse, Degembris Manor Farm, Newquay, Cornwall

Degembris Manor Farm, St Newlyn East, Newquay

Children of all ages welcome
: Tucked into a tranquil wooded valley, Degembris Farmhouse is a charming 16th century property offering a peaceful retreat from the stresses and strains of everyday life. This delightful Grade 2 listed building exudes character with its low beams... more

Binley House Farm

Binley House Farm, Binley, Andover, Hampshire

Binley, Andover

Children of all ages welcome
Binley House Farm bed & breakfast nestles in the quiet hamlet of Binley within easy reach of Newbury, Andover and Whitchurch. Home to the Binley Arabian Stud, there are also two stables available for guests to bring along their own horses for a B&B... more

Clos De Vaul Creux

Clos De Vaul Creux, Rue Lucas, Sark, Isle of Sark

Rue Lucas, Sark

Children of all ages welcome (please call re. prices)
Clos De Vaul Creux is a very special and distinctive house in a central location, close to restaurants, shops, banks and the top of Harbour Hill. This is a wisteria clad, granite house offering elegant accommodation for the discerning guest. Rooms... more

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