As the saying goes, there’s no such thing as bad weather, just the wrong kit. And if there’s one thing we have learnt from travelling with small children, it’s to come prepared for all eventualities. Thanks to the huge boot in our Adamo 75-4I, we have more than enough space to pack everything but the kitchen sink when we head away, which, given the inclement weather that has coincided with our latest adventure, is just as well.
Not only does it offer plenty of space, as we have discovered, it makes for a great drying room thanks to the heating vent, allowing us to dry various coats, shoes and boots at the end of each day. It might seem like a small detail, but it’s hugely important when travelling through colder, wetter months to have the ability to get everything dry at the end of the day so that we are ready to go again the following day. There’s nothing worse than having to put on damp, cold coats and boots, something we don’t have to worry about now.
Anyway, that’s enough about the wonders of the Adamo boot. Let’s take more of a look at why The Malverns make for a wonderful location for a short break, even as the nights draw in and the days become a lot cooler, and sadly a bit wetter too. Here are our top picks for a range of activities to suit all ages and interests.