If you’ve ever watched Netflix in a hotel bathroom while your child slept, you know that staying in a house is the way to go when traveling with kids. Which is why discovering Kid & Coe was a game changer.
They get that you want to enjoy a
vacation relocation, so they go the extra mile to make family travel not only easy (no, like for real) but also luxurious and relaxing for you. When you rent one of their beautiful, modern kid-friendly homes, it comes with all the necessary amenities (toys, high chairs, toddler rails, surfboards, etc) and an insider guide to the area.
We asked the family travel specialists for some Spring Break recommendations. All you have to do is choose your favorite adventure.
STAY: The Vance Circle Residence
VISIT: Natural hot springs, pools, sprinkler parks, peach picking, hiking trails.
DON’T MISS: Kids love watching the bats fly out from under the Ann W. Richards Congress Avenue Bridge at dusk.
RAINY DAY: Thinkery is an interactive kids museum, suiting babies and toddlers to age 11.
EAT: Cherrywood Coffee House, especially on Sunday mornings when brunch is accompanied by children’s music classes.
STAY: The Mas de Verans Residence
VISIT: Fields of lavender, bustling markets, pretty stone villages, art classes in Saint Rémy-de-Provence, golden sand beaches of Saint Tropez bay and marvel at millionaire’s yachts while the kids play in the calm water.
DON’T MISS: A day trip to the Camargue to see wild white ponies, black bulls, and free-range flamingoes. Horseback riding at Poney Club Le Rouget near Saint Rémy (kids 3 and up).
RAINY DAY: Check out Fondation Vaserely, a trippy op-art gallery that does fun workshops; or explore a real castle.
EAT Crepes and ice cream at La Roma, right across from Saint Rémy’s carousel.
VISIT: Pool splashing, date shakes, open-air jeep tours, hiking, and of course golf for all ages.
STAY: The East Sonora Residence
DON’T MISS: The Living Desert Zoo is a 25-minute drive away. A day trip to Joshua Tree National Park is a must, book an open-aired Jeep tour, and wrap up the day with a stop at Pappy & Harriet’s in Pioneertown.
RAINY DAY: Visit the Children’s Discovery Museum of the Desert, take a ride on the Palm Springs Tram, and wander the hangars at the Air Museum.
EAT: Tasty treats at Great Shakes.
VISIT: Disney World, Harry Potter World, Universal’s new water park Volcano Bay, beautiful beaches.
STAY: The Calabay Parc Residence
DONT MISS: Take an airboat tour for thrilling gator spotting.
RAINY DAY: The Sealife Aquarium does not disappoint, and the Orlando Science Museum is super cool.
EAT At Market on South for pastries, salads, and vegan hot dogs.