June really is the perfect time to take a holiday with toddlers and pre-school children. In the UK the sun is not too hot but the days are getting longer and drier. Those early morning wake ups don’t seem as draining when you open the curtains to be met with beautiful sunrises and bright blue skies.
But what REALLY makes June the perfect time to holiday with toddlers is a combination of good weather, off peak pricing and big children in school leaving Toddlers to rule the holiday planners.
The challenge of bundling children into layers of bulky clothes and venturing out in the cold and rain is left behind. The dusting off of flip flops, shorts and T shirts is far more appealing. Even the challenge of putting suncream on little arms and legs seems less daunting than venturing out in the cold. Although keeping a sunhat on a toddler’s head can stretch the most patient parent.
Big Children Free!
It’s not only the weather that makes June a perfect time to take a holiday with toddlers. Between May half term and the school summer holidays, June offers families with toddlers and preschool children, holidays free from older children. Now that many schools ban term time holidays, adults only, Toddlers and babies own June! It’s perfect to spend a day at an attraction or on a beach with just the little ones.
Lower Rental Rates & Special Offers
June holidays tend to be less expensive than the main school holidays which start 1 July in many parts of the UK. With demand lower in June there are generally more holidays to choose from so your ideal toddler break will be in reach.
Take a look at our Special Offers for June
With lower demand there is more opportunity to pick a date and length of stay to suit you. This year we have a number of short breaks and 7 night stays starting on different days of the week in June. Take a look at our availability to see what suits your schedule.AVAILABILITY
Toddler Friendly Activities
At Cwmcrwth Farm we aim our activities at the age of the children staying. So June generally means Toddler Time. Feeding Rounds with Farmer Rob tend to move at toddler pace as little legs find the trips out to the fields with the animals a bit more challenging. They still get up close with a variety of animals challenging their sensory skills. Lambs and Alpacas have soft fleeces to touch, while pigs are a bit more wirey. There are Alpacas to help lead to the field and donkeys to ride or lead.
Toddlers and Pre School children love decorating their buckets with animal stickers and take great pride in showing Farmer Rob their design. Their bucket comes in handy for collecting eggs for breakfast from the chickens and feeding them corn. After feeding rounds they can be used for building a sandcastle and even collecting pond life during pond dipping or just filling with stones!.
The sandpit and under 5s area sees lots of action, as does the huge wooden castle and climbing frame. size and age is never a barrier to an adventurous toddler.