Tuesday, 03, March 2015
An Easter Tepee Adventure in London
But most parents are wondering how on earth they can entertain the kids for another fortnight!
London is the ultimate adventure for kids, and so much of it is completely free. There’s the Natural History Museum, with their huge dino skeletons and mysterious creatures. Then you have all the interactive exhibits in the Science Museum, where kids can get their hands dirty and play at being mad professors for the day.
If the sun is shining, then you have countless parks to scamper around. And in London, parks aren’t just patches of grass in the middle of the city. They’re huge, sprawling corners of countryside filled with woodland, lakes and meadows. In the Princess Diana Memorial Park, there’s a huge wooden pirate ship, a sensory trail and even a collection of tepees for children to scamper around.
And if they want to continue the tepee adventure? Then you can head to any of the Doyle Collection’s London hotels. This Easter, they’re offering a family package which includes the option of to have a tepee in the room, set up with an inflatable mattress and lamp, for bedtime stories. They’ll get to live out the Peter Pan dream, while you’re safely tucked up in a plush bed. It’s the perfect camping compromise!
The Easter Family Stay is available from 28th March to 12th April, and costs £229 for a Deluxe Room, with the tepee costing £35. It includes an English Breakfast for 2 adults and 1 child, as well as a host of other treats for the kids, unique to the Doyle Collection...
- Milk and cookies on turndown
- A surprise gift on arrival for every child
- Children’s toiletries
- A specialist children’s concierge service
- DVD player and kids’ DVDs in the room on request
- Selection of board games
- Complimentary meal from the children’s menu for children under 5 when eating with an adult in 108 Brasserie/Town House/Landseer restaurants before 7pm
- High chairs
- Babysitting services bookable via the concierge
For more on The Marylebone's packages, including availability, click here.