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Our tents are a stone?s throw from the honey-coloured limestone hamlet that clusters around Hidcote Manor. Described by the National Trust as one of England?s greatest gardens.
Your tent is set high on the sun-facing mountainside overlooking Llyn Tegid (Lake Bala), Yr Aran, Arenig Fawr and other peaks in Snowdonia.
St Mary's Road
Norfolk NR34 0BD
Many of Norfolk?s outstanding beaches and the coastal resort towns are a short drive from the farm like Southwold. Bewilderwood,the tree-house adventure park, just over half an hour?s drive away is a really popular excursion for our guests too.
A Feather Down stay at Gilcombe will give you the chance to re-live either experience from the comfort of our tented luxury.
Being inside the Lake District National Park makes it a must as a base for walkers of course, but that?s not the whole story.
Lunsford currently breeds Romney ewes and mix-bred suckler cows and their calves sired by Bertie, a pedigree Aberdeen Angus bull.
Moss Lane, Cheswardine, Shropshire TF9 2SQ
Here we hope to give you a real insight into what it takes to produce milk from 130 Friesians and Holsteins.
Each tent has its own campfire for cooking a hearty meal in the stew pot, toasting yummy marshmallows or keeping the children occupied collecting wood to keep it going.
Shaddymoor Farm lies between the towns of Shrewsbury and Ludlow, its irregular contours follow those of the original deer park laid out in 1284 by Robert of Stapleton.
Here we farm a flock of rare-breed Badger Face sheep, along with woolly pigs, chickens, ducks and bees, and have also restored the vegetable garden and orchard.
This Duchy of Cornwall dairy farm is one of the originals, and here you can find nearly everything that Feather Down has to offer. Of course you have what many regard as England?s finest landscape.
Our five tents share an eight acre field, making Berridon great for group celebrations, particularly when you can all have your big sit-down meal in the farm barn.
Canfields farm nestles between the North and South Downs, an ideal base for activity holidays in Sussex.
Warren farm sits in the heart of the Mendips, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty whose skies are very big and very open. Its 1,000 acres stretch along Cheddar Gorge.
Bell Yews Green
We are a small family farm on the Kent/Sussex borders, where our 120 acres are set in the High Weald, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty only 20 minutes from the M25 and 30 from the coast.
Dolphinholme is a fantastic natural playground for young and old with The River Wyre just a stone?s throw from your tent, offering an inviting swim, paddle or ducks and drakes? paradise.
The UNESCO World Heritage site of the Jurassic Coast is brilliant for fossil-hunting and you can easily get to impressive Chesil Beach, one of Britain's three major shingle structures.
You won?t believe how secluded it feels here considering how accessible we are. One hour from north London and five minutes off the main trunk road to Harwich, visitors from Holland could even cycle here off the ferry! The start of Dedham Vale.
The farm nestles under the Purbeck Hills within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and a walk through the farm fields and a climb up Nine Barrow Down lead to a spectacular view of Poole Harbour, the coast at Bournemouth.
If you?re lucky you might witness the event first hand from your tent. You?ll also love getting to know our naughty pygmy goats, Eric and Ernie.
An ample number of tents and a sauna and hot tub attract group bookings for families and friends to this stunning part of Cornwall.
Feather Down?s ?top farm? of 2009 this farm is situated close to the beach and is only a short walk to the nearest traditional pub.
There are two generations of Taylors on the farm, well three actually if you include Joseph who is still farming at the age of 93. You are most likely to be greeted by Ellen and Andrew but Amy, Ross and Robert will also be helping out.
Lower Rodhuish is a mixed farm that is half in the Crown Estate and half family owned. Our 850 acres are part arable and part livestock, with 150 lambing sheep
We?re set in a landscape that represents wild Britain at its finest. There?s mountain biking on the North Wales Cycle Track, and climbing and vigorous walking along the North Wales Costal Path.
Spring is a special time at New Barn, and we always need a helping hand to feed our orphaned lambs. Our younger guests will also find fun in the woodland behind our eight tents
?A perfect setting for true childhood adventures? wrote a family after their stay with us at Mount Pleasant, and we think what we have here is something special.
Locks Farm could not be better placed to enjoy the best of the island whilst still benefiting from that ?land that time forgot? feeling as soon as you step off the ferry.
Luxury Camping on a working farm with Feather Down farms.
Our Farm Larder is another highlight and along with wines from Berry Brothers, you?ll find ingredients for cooking all three daily meals from scratch ? beef comes from the farm next door, the pork products are our own.
Maple Beck Road
Readyfields sits in the middle of Nottinghamshire's prettiest spot in the picturesque village of Caunton. The farm is set in some of the most beautiful walking country in England, with footpaths starting right on our doorstep.
Feather Down Farms
Feather Down farms are only found on small farms that are eco friendly. You will be at one with nature using all self sustaining products at your disposal.
All the farms are working farms this being their main source of income.
On the farms you can sample harvesting, making cheese, milking, taking care of the cattle and young animals. There’s lots to learn and discover on a Feather Down Farm.
Some farmers grow vegetables, others rear cattle or even horses. Home-made marmelade, butter, cheese and eggs can be found in the Farm Larder. No farm is the same.
You will be a guest on a working farm and will be able to see how farm life differs from your own.
As a guest you’ll find everything necessary for a carefree stay on your chosen Feather Down Farm. There is nothing you need to bring from home as you’ll have all this at your disposal:
• Farm Larder
• Chicken Coop
• Wood-Fired Oven
• ...in fact, even the kitchen sink!
You will be staying in a Safari Tent with a log fire beds these tents offer plenty of room for your needs. Some may class these tent as Glamping (Safari Tents).
All farms have a Larder, this is where your food is stored for your stay it may be not so extensive as a supermarket but most is from the farm itself. Or local farmers It may not be as extensive as your local supermarket, but that’s because it’s usually from the farm itself, or from its neighbours. You will be able to purchase all the food you will need from here.
All things that are brought from the larder are done so by signing for it and paying at the end of your stay.
Wood Fired Oven
There is a large open oven that has been made out of bricks. This is where your cooking will take place
Not far from where the Feather Down Farm tents are, a special spot is reserved for children and their parents!
The farm pets and animals may vary from farm to farm
There is pets corner - in a compound where you can get to know the animals.
You can find Feather Down Farms in
Hampshire, Herefordshire , Devon, Cornwall, East Sussex, Dorset, Lancashire, Wiltshire, Cumbria, Wales, County derry, Somerset,Bedford, Shropshire, New Forest, Oxfordshire, Nottinghamshire and Kent.