Easter holidays are upon us and there is nothing like an Easter treasure hunt to entertain the kids and bring family and friends together. Easter egg hunts are fun and egg-citing for children of all ages (and adults!) hiding chocolate in a cunning and engaging way is a lovely way to celebrate Easter Sunday.
Why not combine your Easter holidays along with a few self-catering cottages we have scrambled together for a last minute egg-scape.
Ickworth House in Suffolk is holding treasure hunts from the 28th of March to the 6th of April,
The Great Peter Rabbit Easter Egg Hunt takes place all over Cumbria, there are around a 100 eggs to be found all specially-commissioned eggs bearing designs from The Tale of Mrs Tittlemouse, egg finders should telephone or take their egg along to the World of Beatrix Potter Attraction at Bowness-on-Windermere for their prize. The hunt is free to enter. Call 015394 88444.
Bala Lake Railway is holding an Easter egg treasure hunt from the 3rd of April to the 6th of April 2015. Your challenge will be to find all the Easter Eggs that the White Rabbit has hidden around the railway with prizes for the children.
Looe beach watersports is holding their own Easter egg hunt on the 6th of April around the beach, should be a fun and interesting way of collecting eggs.