Jet Set is where we discover destinations with family-friendly accommodations and design a what to pack style guide for smart and easy travel. From unique locations, luggage-ready garb and helpful travel tips, we’ll guide you through your next family getaway with ease. This time, we are curating stylish family options for stay and play in the city!

Laura Hall from Kid & Coe picks the very best family-friendly properties to rent this summer, whatever your budget.

Where to Stay

Kid & Coe is an online travel resource curated for family trip planning. With a database full of kid-ready properties to swap, list and book around the world with other like-minded families, the ultimate (and effortless) family vacation is only a few clicks away.

Save on a Summer Vacation to Bath, UK

The Walcott Parade Residence, Bath, UK (From £225 per night) Sleeps 16 plus a baby. This astonishing Alice in Wonderland-themed 6-bedroom Georgian townhouse is in the centre of Bath’s artistic quarter, a short walk from boutiques, parks and the city’s renowned spa.

Every detail of this home is truly magically. After an exciting day of exploring Bath, retreat to the Walcott Parade Residence where you can’t help but feel like you’ve fallen down the rabbit hole and into the pages of Lewis Carroll’s beloved tale.

The home includes a crib, toys and books and children’s dinnerware, making it easy to travel with the kiddos. Bath itself is a great city to visit with kids! The Egg, a children’s theatre, is in the heart of the city and Victoria Park offers a huge playground. Child friendly museums are a favourite of families.

Splurge on a L.A. Getaway!

The North Doheny Drive Residence, West Hollywood, Los Angeles (from $832 per night), sleeps up to 6 plus 1 baby. This super stylish 3-bedroom home is tucked away in the Bird Streets, one of LA’s most coveted and tranquil neighbourhoods, and includes a pool with city views.

The pool is an obvious treat for kids; there is space to play and relax in the living area and back yard. Kids will love sleeping in bunk beds and this home is close to parks and activities the whole family will enjoy!

What to Wear

Save on summer styles?

or, Splurge on designer threads?


Mom Pro Travel Tip

Ana Fritsch is a Brooklyn-based mom of two, an avid traveller and the author of the Lucky Penny Blog. As a professional travel mom, we thought Ana would be the perfect person to share some Mom Pro travel tips! Here are her helpful tips about packing snacks. You can find more on her blog (here).

“Bring more snacks than you think you need but less of everything else – I try to limit snacks (so they are sure to eat their regular meals) but I kind of throw that out the window when we are traveling or spending the whole day out and about in the city… I pre-pack snacks ahead of time because I think it is hard to find healthy and filling snacks at the airport stands. My go-to’s are freeze dried mangos, apples with lemon, grapes, and veggie straws.”

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