Your holiday home can be even more fun off-season!

Your holiday home can be even more fun off-season!

Don’t even think of locking up your holiday home for the winter! There’s just as much fun to be found off-season, with cheaper flights and cooler weather. And who doesn’t need a bit of winter sun?

5 places for a family holiday home in Canada where the kids will never be bored!

Flying from London to Newfoundland takes around five hours – not much more than driving from London to North Wales! So, if you want a holiday home for the family to enjoy, why not swap the UK for the open spaces (and huge houses) of Canada, and give the kids the adventures of a lifetime? Here are our top five spots to look.
Why a holiday home is fun for all the family

Why a holiday home is fun for all the family

In today’s busy world, spending quality time with the extended family is often a once a year occasion at Christmas, weddings and funerals. Not if you’ve got a property abroad! A holiday home can be fun for all the family, at any time of the year. Somewhere to bring the whole family together. For the kids to see cousins, parents to invite old friends or to pop out to see Grandma for a week, without feeling like you’re imposing on anyone. Here, Richard Way tells us why his Spanish property is a hit among his family and friends.
This Christmas, plan your move abroad in 2019!

This Christmas, plan your move abroad in 2019!

If your New Year’s Resolution is to buy a home in the sun in 2019, or even to move abroad entirely, don’t wait until after Christmas. This is the perfect time to start your serious planning. Why not get the extended family involved too? Read our checklist for making 2019 your best year ever!

Where to buy a holiday home in Australia

Who wouldn’t want a holiday home in Australia? Somewhere to weather the British winter in a stunning Australian summer. A beachside pad near your Antipodean family. A base for when the England cricket team are touring (and a place to drown your sorrows!). A nice bit of rental income? But where should you buy a holiday home in Australia?