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Cringletie House Hotel
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Hotel Review – Cringletie House Hotel in Peebles

We were recently invited to stay at Cringletie House Hotel which is near Peebles in the Scottish Borders. Peebles is about 30 minutes south of Edinburgh which makes it a great countryside getaway to escape from the hustle and bustle of the city centre. The journey for us was about an hour from our house, …

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Self Catering Tips For Gluten & Milk Free Travel

I personally find a self-catering holiday with kids is a lot easier than say a hotel break with the kids. Why? Well, with self-catering when food intolerances are involved I can cook meals without the worry that something will be given incorrectly and the boys will get ill. I have found that even when not …

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Eating Out While on Holiday Tips – Gluten & Milk Free

Dining out while on holiday is always nice to do. Trying new foods and enjoying family time…if the kids aren’t tired and grouchy! However, I have found eating out while on holiday a lot harder with the boys having a food intolerance. I hope it just isn’t me! Travelling with my eldest who was milk …

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Great Snack Ideas For Families Who Travel (Gluten and Milk Free!)

If you read my family travel blog regularly, then you will know that my boys are both gluten and milk free. Daily life can be hard enough making sure they get the right nutrients and vitamins. However, add in family travel and it can sometimes feel very overwhelming. Now that I have been travelling regularly …

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Travelling With Children With A Milk Intolerance/Milk Allergy

A milk allergy or being milk intolerant (dairy-free) and the thought of going on a family holiday, can be stressful. I know all too well the constant worry of whether or not something will go wrong. As I have the first-hand experience of travelling with a dairy-free child, I thought I would pass on some …