We had initially planned our first family trip abroad to France for June 2022 (1 month duration), but with everything going on, we were thinking of simplifying the trip a bit. Since our flights route through the UK, we thought why not explore the UK more. (RS didn't have a UK forum, so might need to also post in the England forum).
For trip planning, I’ll be starting over from square one, which is ok.
Since the kids are younger, activities are focused around them, but I always try to blend them with ones we (parents) would like as well, so beaches, bike rides, hikes, history , food/seafood…
Of course, it may still be cold, but that is fine, we will just bring the appropriate clothing,
I’d like to keep it to 3 bases. Was thinking the following for the itinerary (York or Edinburgh, Skye, Cornwall (Fly to Cornwall).
I’m not sure if there is any leisurely biking at any of the locations, and of course the weather could be nippy for the beaches. Open to all suggestions, itinerary changes, etc.. Personally, I always enjoy the wow factor items and the small things, but that may be different for everyone.
Thank you so much