My family and I love discovering new places we could all drive to for the weekend. It’s a project I started after we had Maxen… to explore as much as we can in our own country without having to book a flight. You’ll be surprised, there are just soo many options! So when I stumbled upon Hidden Valley Springs on Instagram, it instantly caught my attention.
I checked the location on Waze right away, and it said 1:25. Not bad at all.
If you want a total nature trip, then this is the place.
Nothing fancy.. just a simple, homey and family friendly destination.
Tyler was a little too relaxed don’t you think? Adorable!
There are actually day trips you can book, but we opted for a villa instead, to be able to enjoy a 2 day stay.
The rooms were not bad at all. Infact we slept really well. The kids had their own space too at the loft!
Each villa is meal inclusive already- Buffet for all. Breakfast, lunch, merienda and dinner. So you don’t have to worry about going hungry.
You might be wondering what else is there to do? Well before I forget – there’s a mini golf course incase you’re interested.
And.. if you’re into taking long walks and treks! You might enjoy this one like we all did.
We discovered this massive trunk that was struck during Glenda in 2016. This is what’s left of it… well the rest of it…. pretty much was our trail!! It was quite a sight to see!
After about a 15 minute steady walk, it finally led to the Hidden Falls!
You can only trek until about 5pm though, for safety reasons.
What I like about this place is that you feel absolutely relaxed and recharged instantly. I guess there really is something about reconnecting with nature.
My kids never said they were bored. Just running around the grass or even just by the pool – was entertaining enough.
There were lots of beautiful spots to just stop and stare at! I mean look at this.
This scenery no matter where you look!
This could definitely be your family’s next getaway.. Rain or shine! xx
All photos taken with my Iphone 8 Plus.
Find them on IG: @hiddenvalleysprings