Struggling to find a good fit for your family’s travel needs on standard travel-booking sites? One award-winning platform could help you find what you need.
Kid & Coe helps you locate family-friendly accommodations and, more specifically, accommodations tailored to your family’s unique needs. Each accommodations listing, vetted and approved by parents, includes details on family-friendly amenities and more info you might need to know if you were traveling to a destination with a child in tow.
The platform offers a range of accommodations options, including rentals, hotels and exchange properties. Options are available in more than 50 countries. Whether you want a room within close proximity to a park, a suite with a kitchen, or a rental outfitted with age-appropriate toys and games, you can find it.
“Our larger properties are extremely well equipped for multigenerational breaks, some with guest houses for grandparents on site, as well as a main house with great family kitchens and plenty for kids to do, making it an appealing alternative for growing families that want the holy grail of togetherness and privacy on demand,” said Zoie Kingsbery Coe, founder, Kid & Coe.
The site’s search feature allows you to search by accommodation type, location and stay dates, as well as amenities and number of children (including infants) staying with you. You can even look for stylish properties specifically offering childcare services.
Have a property you think traveling families would love? Hosts who list their properties receive discounts when they travel and stay with other Kid & Coe properties.
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