@Mykol - You can find nice cottages where there are plenty of activities to keep your kids occupied.
For our family, we think this is the best of both worlds. Many times it is much more economical than staying in a hotel, and you feel more like you are in a home.
I usually make sure the cottages we rent have a fully equipped kitchen. This saves our family a lot of money as we eat 2 meals a day at the cottage, and only eat out once a day.
After many years of staying in hotels, I found that renting a cottage is a welcome relief. The internet makes it very easy to find them. I always make sure and read all the reviews if I am not familiar with it.
I have found these give you a very good overall view of what to expect. I know everybody has a different opinion, but it is a good idea to know a little bit of the good and bad before you reserve one.
In my experience, the overall review consensus has been pretty much right on. I also write a review after we have left so others can benefit from our experience as well.