Last Friday I wrote a post about traveling with kids, and I mentioned Kid and Coe, but now it’s time for an official shout out because they are a seriously great resource for families that travel with kids. They have over 850 rentals all over the world and no matter where they are all of them are so pretty, properly photographed, vetted, stylish, and family friendly. They aren’t your average Airbnbs (as you’ll see below).
When I say “family friendly” I mean that they often have toys, games, high chairs, cribs/pack’n plays (not guaranteed, but usually) and generally they are not full of toddler height glass objects or knife collections. A family lives there, therefore they get it. When we went to Australia they gave me a discount on our stay and we had such a great experience that I wanted to give them a huge shout out. It’s a service that you can use, but you can also rent out your own house as a Kid and Coe rental if it fits the bill. I’ve been super hesitant to Airbnb our house even though we often have to pay a house-sitter to stay while we are gone. But I’m seriously considering, once the construction is finished, renting it out via Kid and Coe because the idea of a vetted family, with kids seems so much less weird for some reason. It’s not like parents of kids are all of a sudden better people or less creepy, but there probably aren’t going to be big parties or weird things happening on my bed.
To prove the fact that these vacation rental houses are beyond what you are used to, we’ve rounded up our favorite, most destination worthy Kid and Coe homes out there. But don’t worry, if France isn’t an option there are a lot more out there to choose from in these here United States. Just put in your state/area and see what beautiful things come up.
See, I told you. So stunning. Obviously for someone like me who wants to get instagrammable photos out of my vacation as well, these houses double as beautiful interiors as well as a home to stay in. Now I don’t know if everyone gets as good of customer service as I received, but the people that built and run this company are so lovely and make the experience feel really personal. Questions were answered immediately and advice was given quickly.
Want more travel advice? Check it out here: Traveling With Kids – Our Successes and Failures, What I Brought Home From Australia, My 8 Favorite Things About Our Australia Trip (And One Sad Thing).