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A memorable Cotswolds glamping family holiday

The Cotswolds is a special area of the UK, and perfect for a family break with a difference. Quintessential English villages, rolling hills and historic castles and country houses are just some of the delights that await you here. Take a look at our Cotswolds glamping locations below, and start planning a family holiday you’ll never forget.

Explore the charming country villages of the Cotswolds

The Cotswolds is full of pretty villages built from the natural honey limestone that dominates the region. There’s eclectic mix of antique shops, boutiques and cosy cafes to be found in each, so it’s easy to lose a few happy hours wandering around. Pay a visit to Cirencester, a picturesque town that boasts both an indoor and outdoor market, as well as beautiful architecture. Or while away an afternoon in Bourton on Water, known as the ‘Venice of the Cotswolds’ due to the River Windrush which flows through it.

Authentic family fun

Families of all shapes and sizes will find excitement galore in the Cotswolds. Get up close and personal to giraffes and monkeys at Cotswold Wildlife Park, or step back in time at Sudeley Castle. The seemingly endless country lanes make this area perfect for long walks or cycle rides, so head out and get exploring! For even more outdoor fun, don’t miss Cotswold Water Park, where you can try windsurfing, fishing, and even paintballing.

Of course, a holiday here doesn’t have to be all action, all the time. Why not unwind in a cafe with a traditional cream tea, and watch the world go by? Alternatively, relax back at the Feather Down glamping location, where you can drink in the beauty of the Cotswolds from the comfort of your tent. Book your Cotswolds glamping holiday now, and get ready for an adventure which you and your family will never forget.

 

Cotswolds glamping, Customer reviews

  • We mainly just relaxed at the farm. Gifford's Circus is brilliant if in town when you visit.

    From 18-08-2017
    at Moor Farm
    Mrs Alston (10.0)

    The walk to the marina is well worth it

    From 18-08-2017
    at Moor Farm
    Mrs Prenton (10.0)

    Always light stove early, bring good torches if you want to read in the evenings. The oil lamps and candles are fine for playing board games. Plenty to do and see during day time. Richard's Farm Tour is not to be missed -- he is a mine of fascinating and useful information.

    From 18-08-2017
    at Moor Farm
    Mr Leimdorfer (8.8)
  • Forest of Dean is worth a trip, The Three Horseshoes in Frampton does excellent pies & the Cafe near Saul Marina is great for breakfast! Kids loved the indoor pool at the farm too, and definitely do the farm tour & pizza evening!

    From 14-08-2017
    at Moor Farm
    Mr. Doddy (10.0)

    Cotswold Wildlife Park with dogs and the excellent farm tour.

    From 07-08-2017
    at Moor Farm
    Miss Whiteman (8.8)

    Kilcot Inn (kilcotinn.com) was a great little stop-off for a late lunch, when we realised we were going to arrive early: not cheap, but a cosy pub, fantastic food for adults and kids and a nice, safe open space for the kids to run around in, with a very decent little playpark. I am guessing it does get very busy, but not at 2pm-3.30pm, which was the time we needed to eat up :) Plus only ~20mins drive from there up to the farm.

    From 28-07-2017
    at Hollings Hill
    Mr Ralphs (7.5)
  • The maize maze, the Morgan factory, Ledbury.

    From 28-07-2017
    at Hollings Hill
    Mrs Hudson (8.8)

    Gloucester quays discount shopping was brilliant. Exploring local villages, cricket on green and walk along canal.

    From 28-07-2017
    at Moor Farm
    Mrs Bryce (10.0)

    Definitely worth a trip to Slimbridge.

    From 21-07-2017
    at Moor Farm
    Mrs Lewis (10.0)
  • Amazing views, great walks

    From 14-07-2017
    at Hidcote Manor
    Mr Sengupta (10.0)

    We had too much to do on the farm so didn't venture out

    From 14-07-2017
    at Moor Farm
    Mrs Schaller (10.0)

    Can they include some "farmer" experiences, I know at Upper Hsadymoor we did a nighttime and farmers walk learning about the plants and environment, great for the children.

    From 10-07-2017
    at Hidcote Manor
    Ms Browne (8.8)
  • Symonds Yat - gorgeous riverside hamlet with a short walk to the 'best view in the south of England'

    From 07-07-2017
    at Hollings Hill
    Mr. Jacobs (8.8)

    A tip would be to bring a a few more food bits, the honesty shop is very handy for extra bits but not something to rely on.

    From 07-07-2017
    at Hollings Hill
    Mr Miles (10.0)

    Take a gas stove for a quick cuppa. Expect some flies so take a lotion or spray to deter them!

    From 07-07-2017
    at Hollings Hill
    Mrs New (10.0)
  • Walk to marina. Woodchester park

    From 07-07-2017
    at Moor Farm
    Mrs Green (10.0)

    The pizza night and farm tour are a must do. The walk to the canal marina is well worth the trip.

    From 07-07-2017
    at Moor Farm
    Mrs Dooley (8.8)

    We visited cattle world and slimbidge. Both great for toddlers

    From 03-07-2017
    at Moor Farm
    Mr Logan (10.0)
  • Go to the British Camp and do the walk there for the amazing views of the Malvern Hills. Be sure to stop in the British Hotel afterwards for a drink

    From 30-06-2017
    at Hollings Hill
    Mrs Bye (10.0)

    Hidcote manor! Knowledge of how to work the wood burner

    From 26-06-2017
    at Hidcote Manor
    Mrs Qadri (8.8)

    Malvern, British Camp walk and Eastnor Castle

    From 23-06-2017
    at Hollings Hill
    Mr. Sykes (8.8)
  • If you want a hot cuppa early in the morning take your own gas stove as the main one in the tent takes a long time to get hot. The view from the top of the Malvern Hills is fantastic and it's only a 20 min walk to the top.

    From 23-06-2017
    at Hollings Hill
    Mrs Waddyingham (8.8)

    Hidcote manor gardens and the Kings Arms pub in Mickleton which has a beer garden with Play area for the children.

    From 23-06-2017
    at Hidcote Manor
    Mrs Eagles (8.8)

    Take part in the farm tour and pizza night.

    From 23-06-2017
    at Moor Farm
    Mrs Stancliffe (8.8)
  • Ledbury is lovely Fruit picking at court farm & leisure was excellent Newbridge farm was brilliant

    From 16-06-2017
    at Hollings Hill
    Mrs Mchugh (10.0)

    King's Arms for the local pub, Hidcote Manor Gardens & long scenic walks.

    From 09-06-2017
    at Hidcote Manor
    Mr. Meehan (10.0)

    Take bikes, our children loved cycling to the honesty shop on their own. Definitely do farm tour and pizza night is great.

    From 09-06-2017
    at Moor Farm
    Mrs Schutz (10.0)
  • Stroud was a nice town, lots of walks to do.

    From 05-06-2017
    at Moor Farm
    Mr Davis (10.0)

    Lots to do in the area, great food at The Oak pub at Staplow. We enjoyed lots of Herefordshire countryside and visited a couple of lovely NT properties locally.

    From 29-05-2017
    at Hollings Hill
    Mrs Aspin (10.0)

    malvern hills

    From 26-05-2017
    at Hollings Hill
    Mrs. Maxey (10.0)
  • We drove to Malvern, walked up to the Beacon - good signs to parking and paths

    From 19-05-2017
    at Hollings Hill
    Mrs Crosby (10.0)

    Check that Easton Castle is open before you go! (It wasn't when we went doh.) A walk in the Malvern Hills was awesome and shop in Ledbury on their high street.

    From 19-05-2017
    at Hollings Hill
    Mrs. Siddall (10.0)

    Do the walk to The Kings Arms in the next village. Lovely walk and great pub food.

    From 05-05-2017
    at Hidcote Manor
    Mrs. Tuohy (10.0)
  • Spend your time with Richard and Wendy on the farm. Do the farm tour and do pizza night for sure. X

    From 04-05-2017
    at Moor Farm
    Mrs Gove (10.0)

    As previously mentioned, torches, blankets or throws for outdoor sitting and thermos flasks for the early morning cuppa. I also would pack/request some tongs for ease of turning the delicious bacon/sausages delivered in the breakfast pack. Walk to the canal, a lovely stroll amongst beautiful countryside, take a trip to Gloucester quays, not necessarily for retail therapy, the historic docks and cafes a delight to wander around.

    From 04-05-2017
    at Moor Farm
    Mrs Mountain (10.0)

    we loved our walks across the ridgeway with kites. We struggled a bit for local shops as we were hoping to find farm shops selling local food produce.

    From 28-04-2017
    at Hollings Hill
    Mrs Bichard (10.0)
  • Visit the nearby gardens and the Cotswolds.

    From 28-04-2017
    at Hidcote Manor
    Mr Deacon (7.5)

    Make sure you don't over cater and rather buy local goods from a nearby shop . The cold water was an issue , and boiling the kettle takes 2hrs plus , bring lots of candles and warm coats

    From 17-04-2017
    at Hollings Hill
    Mrs Mcmurray (8.8)

    We visited The Forest of Dean for Go Ape and Mountain biking at Pedalabikeaway Cycle Centre both of which were great fun.

    From 17-04-2017
    at Moor Farm
    Mrs Rees (10.0)
  • Stay local and make the most of the peace and quiet!

    From 10-04-2017
    at Moor Farm
    Mrs. Ridley (10.0)

    Ledbury is a very pretty town. There's a lovely walk beginning at Hollings Hills farm up along a bridleway. Fabulous views.

    From 02-12-2016
    at Hollings Hill
    Heapes (10)

    We haven't got chance to go around as the weather was stormy.

    From 18-11-2016
    at Hollings Hill
    Chin (8.8)
  • We spent the whole time on the farm!

    From 28-10-2016
    at Moor Farm
    Mcginty (10)

    Dyrham park, Chedworth Roman villa and Cirencester are all excellent day trips within 45min drive of the farm. But for a weekend break, the farm is more than enough fun in itself!

    From 28-10-2016
    at Moor Farm
    Mrs. Davies (8.8)

    EAR PLUGS! Not much sleeping due to noise of tractor tin the early hours. Hot tub takes a long time to heat up and uses a lot of wood.

    From 24-10-2016
    at Hollings Hill
    Mrs. Davis (8.8)
  • Ledbury and Malvern are gorgeous. Don't plan too much - enjoy your surroundings and being with each other

    From 21-10-2016
    at Hollings Hill
    Mrs. Steimberg (10)

    Make use of the outside stove it's amazing for baked spuds, burgers, steaks, fry up anything. Enjoy

    From 14-10-2016
    at Moor Farm
    Mr. Linsdell (10)

    Definitely do the pizza night, the hosts were very accommodating and fun! Will definitely be returning. ☺️

    From 23-09-2016
    at Moor Farm
    Mrs. Sanders (10)
  • The farm tour is a must!

    From 30-08-2016
    at Hollings Hill
    Mrs. Youles (10)

    We never actually left our site as the children were happy running around feeding the horses and pigs. They thoroughly enjoyed being shown around the farm and seeing the new born calfs and petting them. We asked if we could try some of the fresh milk which Austin and his wife were more than pleased about and it was delicious! I'd take some extra dish washing soap and some paper plates to save you washing up. The honesty shop is great and has the basic things, milk, wonderful bottled juice, sugar, pasta, coffee etc. I strongly recommend bringing your own coffee beans if you have a preference or buying a bag from the honesty shop as there is a wall coffee grinder in the tents and the coffee beans in the honesty shop were amazing! If you have children they will enjoy feeding the pigs who are always happy to eat your scraps they everything apart from meat! Spend time talking to Austin and Faye and their lovely children they are so interesting and the type of people you could spend all day and every day talking to. We can't wait to go back! See you all Austin, Faye, Grace, Alice, George and Fred we miss you all terribly!

    From 30-08-2016
    at Hollings Hill
    Mr. Alam (10)

    Good food and garden at the kings arms pub in Mickleton. lovely morning at Bourton on the water. 2 Trips to Hidcote Manor Gardens with the fab free pass in the tent. We think the addition of providing a torch would help too. and maybe blankets.

    From 30-08-2016
    at Hidcote Manor
    Mrs. Partis (10)
  • Cafe by the Canal a short walk away which was lovely! Also lots of supermarkets Tesco / Aldi / Asda only 10 min drive away if you need anything desperately!!

    From 30-08-2016
    at Moor Farm
    Mrs. Robertson (10)

    canal walks lovely, go off the beaten track and get a detailed map with the public footpaths on them, ship or anchor pubs great,

    From 26-08-2016
    at Moor Farm
    Mrs. Cox (10.0)

    Take LONG cooks matches. Take a camping stove for morning tea first thing Learn how to light fires. Go to Puzzlewood and Clearwell Caves. The Full Pitcher at Ledbury (around the all other traffic loop) does decent carvery dinners. Take actin of effective fly spray

    From 22-08-2016
    at Hollings Hill
    Mr. Belshaw (7.5)
  • Hidcote Manor gardens was beautiful and only a 5 minute walk away, and the cafe served delicious food. We also went to Bourton on the Water for the day and had a picnic along the river which was lovely.

    From 22-08-2016
    at Hidcote Manor
    Mevr. Sleigh (10)

    Hidcote Manor gardens was beautiful and only a 5 minute walk away, and the cafe served delicious food. We also went to Bourton on the Water for the day and had a picnic along the river which was lovely.

    From 22-08-2016
    at Hidcote Manor
    Mevr. Sleigh (10.0)

    A trip to Chedworth Roman villa is well worth it. Beautiful countryside and very good guided tour by staff. The walks in the forest of Dean from Beechenhurst visitor centre were great.

    From 22-08-2016
    at Moor Farm
    Mr. Turner (10)
  • Drive to British Camp Hill Fort car park (20 mins) for very easy access to the glorious hills and a good kiosk for snack lunch.

    From 19-08-2016
    at Hollings Hill
    Mr. Bennion-Pedley (10)

    Warwick castle is expensive but worth a visit. The Cotswolds villages are naturally beautiful and have some great pubs and play areas for kids

    From 19-08-2016
    at Hidcote Manor
    Mr. Herbert (8.8)

    The walk from the campsite was really good. It's only a couple of miles and easy for children.Feeding the lambs and chicken was fun. The Tea shop and gardens at Hidcote are lovely, and it's great that the entrance fee in included

    From 19-08-2016
    at Hidcote Manor
    Mr. Parnell (10)
  • The walk to the Anchor Inn for lunch is great.

    From 19-08-2016
    at Moor Farm
    Mrs. Rennie (10)

    Stratford on Avon Chipping Camden And must see Hidcote Garden

    From 15-08-2016
    at Hidcote Manor
    Mrs. Cronin (10)

    We enjoyed lunch at The Bell at Frampton.

    From 15-08-2016
    at Moor Farm
    Mrs. More (10)
  • Hidcote gardens are fabulous and well worth a visit, especially with the trail activity to engage the children.

    From 12-08-2016
    at Hidcote Manor
    Mrs. H (8.8)

    Attend the pizza night on Saturday hosted by Richard and Wendy and the farm tour. The Bell Inn at Frampton was a lovely Sunday pub recommendation.

    From 12-08-2016
    at Moor Farm
    Mrs. Jarvis (10.0)

    Warwick Castle Bourton-On-The-Water Broadway and the tower

    From 08-08-2016
    at Hidcote Manor
    Mr. Suiter (8.8)
  • Giffards Circus was in town for our stay which was amazing, all the local villages are lovely, Frampton and Saul especially great for a wander and a pub lunch. and a trip to Bibury trout farm, was an un-expected great find, make sure to take the 'rest' of a picnic as you can grill and BBQ your catch on site and make a great day if it, but a quick fish feeding frenzy was enough to keep our kids happy.

    From 05-08-2016
    at Moor Farm
    Mr. Tyler (10)

    We relaxed on the far and only visited Gloucester docks and cathedral on one day

    From 01-08-2016
    at Moor Farm
    Mr. Imrie (10)

    Bibury Trout Farm & Village was an excellent day out, we caught our own trout and brought them home to BBQ.Bourton on the Water - beautiful day out, the maze was fun and the model village very sweet.

    From 01-08-2016
    at Moor Farm
    Mrs. Oakley (10.0)
  • Puzzlewood in Coleford is truly magical. Eastnor Castle has great entertainment for the children - a maze, an adventure playground, the castle and the tree trail.

    From 29-07-2016
    at Hollings Hill
    Mrs. Merrington (10)

    Hidcote Manor has lovely gardens and a good welcome for children. There are some good walks in the area and just running around the farm collecting eggs, feeding the lambs, making pizzas and playing on the swings was perfect.

    From 29-07-2016
    at Hidcote Manor
    Mrs. Avery (10)

    We didn't leave the farm!

    From 29-07-2016
    at Moor Farm
    Mrs. Barnard (10)
  • Ledbury is a lovely nearby town and Eastnor Castle is well worth a visit, as is Great Malvern and Hereford. Brockhampton Estate National Trust is also a pretty manor house not far away.

    From 25-07-2016
    at Hollings Hill
    Mrs. Cherry (6.3)

    Bring a flask! Lighting a fire to boil the kettle was fine for us, but some may find a flask easier if you want a hot drink later.

    From 25-07-2016
    at Hidcote Manor
    Mrs. Richardson (10)

    The walk by the canal, farm tour and pizza night are a must. We didn't really venture far as the site is so relaxing doing not much.

    From 25-07-2016
    at Moor Farm
    Mr. Rawlinson (10)
  • Hidcote manor gardens are beautiful. Also Kiftsgate court garden. Bourton on the water is really pretty. The King's Arms pub in Mickleton had very tasty food and the Nisa shop is really handy! Chipping Campden is another pretty town.

    From 22-07-2016
    at Hidcote Manor
    Mrs. Wylie (8.8)

    Definitely do Richard's farm tour and their pizza night! Literally nothing off limits to explore.

    From 22-07-2016
    at Moor Farm
    Mr. Crabb (10)

    Bring a flask/urn to store hot water for when you want a quick cup of tea.

    From 22-07-2016
    at Moor Farm
    Mr. Cruise (10)
  • Try some of Richard and Wendy's incredible beef from the honesty shop!

    From 22-07-2016
    at Moor Farm
    Mrs. Jago (10.0)

    Climb the Malverns, explore Ledbury town, chillout at the farm

    From 18-07-2016
    at Hollings Hill
    Mrs. Hickson (10)

    The trip to the canal at Saul Junction and the Stables café was good.

    From 15-07-2016
    at Moor Farm
    Miss Horton (10)
  • A trip round the gardens at Hidcote is very much worth it.

    From 08-07-2016
    at Hidcote Manor
    Mrs. Moore (8.8)

    the wood burning stove in the tent needs a lot of effort and time to heat up sufficiently enough to boil water, the stove outside was much more effective.

    From 01-07-2016
    at Hollings Hill
    Mr. Snelling (8.8)

    Canoe safari at slimbridge wetland centre is a great way to spend s couple of hours.

    From 01-07-2016
    at Moor Farm
    Mr. Baldwin (10)
  • Woodchester Park - beautiful ancient valley with great walks Haresfield Beacon and Cotswold Way - amazing views and walks

    From 01-07-2016
    at Moor Farm
    Ms. Warren (10)

    slimbridge was excellent as is the food at the nippy chippy who deliver if you wish

    From 22-06-2016
    at Moor Farm
    Mrs. Hill (10.0)

    We enjoyed Warwick Castle. It is a nice family outing.The Roman villa Yarnworth in Chedworth and the Corinium Museum are nice if you're interested in Roman excavations. Belas Knap, a neolithic barrow in Charlton Abbots is for free. Not suitable for young children, since it is quite a climb and you have to be imaginative to see what it once was like - it definitely is a site of historic interest.

    From 20-06-2016
    at Hidcote Manor
    Mrs. Driessen (10)
  • A trip to Malvern was brilliant c

    From 10-06-2016
    at Hollings Hill
    Mrs. Wooding (10.0)

    Local market towns of historical interest.

    From 10-06-2016
    at Hollings Hill
    Mrs. Lea (10.0)

    We had a lovely meal at the Kilcot Inn in Newent.

    From 10-06-2016
    at Hollings Hill
    Mrs. Priestnall (10.0)
  • A visit to Snowshill Manor house is highly recommended. Kids loved it and so did we.

    From 10-06-2016
    at Hidcote Manor
    Mrs. Lattibeaudiere (10.0)

    We spent a day at the Lido in Cheltenham and it was brilliant. This farm is a great base for exploring the Cotswolds. Lunch at the cafe at Saul was very nice with books and toys available to entertain little ones.

    From 06-06-2016
    at Moor Farm
    Mrs Hayhurst (8.8)

    1. Climb Herefordshire Beacon - pay & display car park and tea, cake and sensibly priced bottled water at the start/end of the walk. Amazing views. 2. Ludlow Castle, Ludlow town and Ludlow food centre 3. Hereford has a leisure pool (wave machine and one slide) and a cinema for a rainy day.

    From 30-05-2016
    at Hollings Hill
    Mrs. Ashley (10.0)
  • Not sure that the chickens are worth the hire as we only got 2 eggs during our 5 day stay and a box from the farm shop would have been cheaper!!! Make sure you take bikes - its quite a walk to the farm from the tents if you need anything. Saul junction is an easy walk and there are plenty of places to stop in the Frampton direction. The cycle path to Gloucester Docks is good and refurbished in the last year suitable for the 8 year old in our group.

    From 30-05-2016
    at Moor Farm
    Mrs. Miller (10.0)

    I have not seen any section for specific feedback on accommodation and feel it is necessary so I am using this box here. Although the holiday and farm as amazing I found the log cabin badly designed on so many levels. It was very pretty but very impractical. Here is a list of things I think need to be considered: 1) kitchen windows don't open! The stove kept causing smoke detector to go off and we couldn't open the window for quick ventilation 2) kitchen area faces a wall and not the lovely views from the window! 3) hanging candles hung so low - we kept bumping our heads and kids were within reach of lit candles 4) the entrance to the toilet / shower room had a raised lip - my 2 year old toddler tripped and fell flat on his face about 10 times! 4) stairs to loft bunk area - way to steep and dangerous for families with small children 5) inside stove was pretty useless, fire would not start for most of holiday and had to use outside one. If the weather was bad (which luckily it was not) I would have been very annoyed if we had to rely on an indoor stove that did not work 6) layout of cabin communal area meant that neither kitchen or seated area faced the lovely views of the far - bad design

    From 27-05-2016
    at Hollings Hill
    Mrs. Patel (10.0)

    Croome is a great family day out. Walking in the Malverns - good paths which are accessible for kids.

    From 27-05-2016
    at Hollings Hill
    Mrs. Dye (8.8)
  • I have not seen any section for specific feedback on accommodation and feel it is necessary so I am using this box here. Although the holiday and farm as amazing I found the log cabin badly designed on so many levels. It was very pretty but very impractical. Here is a list of things I think need to be considered: 1) kitchen windows don't open! The stove kept causing smoke detector to go off and we couldn't open the window for quick ventilation 2) kitchen area faces a wall and not the lovely views from the window! 3) hanging candles hung so low - we kept bumping our heads and kids were within reach of lit candles 4) the entrance to the toilet / shower room had a raised lip - my 2 year old toddler tripped and fell flat on his face about 10 times! 4) stairs to loft bunk area - way to steep and dangerous for families with small children 5) inside stove was pretty useless, fire would not start for most of holiday and had to use outside one. If the weather was bad (which luckily it was not) I would have been very annoyed if we had to rely on an indoor stove that did not work 6) layout of cabin communal area meant that neither kitchen or seated area faced the lovely views of the far - bad design

    From 27-05-2016
    at Hollings Hill
    Mrs. Patel (10.0)

    Haddesdon manor is just over an hour away

    From 20-05-2016
    at Hidcote Manor
    Mevr. Jefford (8.8)

    Go a visit Hidcote Gardens which is beautiful also for kids. The King's Head Pub nearby was very nice too.

    From 06-05-2016
    at Hidcote Manor
    Mr. Schumacher (8.8)
  • Go a visit Hidcote Gardens which is beautiful also for kids. The King's Head Pub nearby was very nice too.

    From 06-05-2016
    at Hidcote Manor
    Mr. Schumacher (8.8)

    There is loads to do in the surrounding area but we were happy to kick back and stay on the farm... Take more blankets if youre not staying in the summer.

    From 04-04-2016
    at Moor Farm
    Mrs. Ford (10.0)

    The farm tour is great, there are plenty of nice walks around the area to be had. This is our second visit to the site and again we never left the site. The stove is the weakest thing, it is fickle to get going and many of the doors leak air so it's difficult to temper it. Once it's going and you keep feeding it it's fine.

    From 01-04-2016
    at Moor Farm
    Mr. Breward (10.0)
  • Provided it's not raining cook on the outdoor stove as much as possible - it heats up much quicker than the heavier stove inside. Get used to using kindling to light fires, be patient before adding the logs and never ever turn back the wick on the oil lamps. \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ Do the circular cycle route Richard recommends from the farm to the marina and back - you may have to push your bikes for the first part if the fields are wet. You can stop off at the Cafe outside the Marina. Just cycle on the footpath along the A38 otherwise all the roads are very quiet and suitable for the family to hog the whole road. We also recommend the Badger PH in Eastington, we decided to eat there before driving home. Great food and lots of ales.

    From 29-03-2016
    at Moor Farm
    Mrs. Brindley (10.0)

    Take the farm tour Attend pizza night Away from the farm: Walk along the canal

    From 29-03-2016
    at Moor Farm
    Mrs. Manning (10.0)

    Gloucester quays and docks 5 miles away. Had a greta day there, with a beer, cider and food festival!! We also went to the Bell in at Frampton on severn, which served lovely food.

    From 25-03-2016
    at Moor Farm
    Mrs. Dixon (10.0)
  • Gloucester quays and docks 5 miles away. Had a greta day there, with a beer, cider and food festival!! We also went to the Bell in at Frampton on severn, which served lovely food.

    From 25-03-2016
    at Moor Farm
    Dixon (10)

    We visited Puzzle wood and the Dean Forest steam railway in a combined day trip to the Forest of Dean. A 45min drive away via Gloucester. We thoroughly enjoyed it and so did our 8 & 5 year old boys Charlie & Thomas. We got very muddy in puzzle wood at the end of October so take appropriate footwear dependant on the season!Robinshill Wood a (10 min drive)for a dog walk with a visitors centre for coffee.

    From 26-10-2015
    at Moor Farm
    Mr. Openshaw (10.0)

    Cattle country adventure park was great for little ones.

    From 26-10-2015
    at Moor Farm
    Mr. Warwood (10.0)
  • Yes take extra blankets, hot water bottles and onesies if its a cold spell. Don't forget your slippers and plenty of socks, you can get a little wet walking from the carafe to the canvas lodge. Not much space to hang your wet coats so take hangers. We didn't get an offer to make pizza with the rest of the residents as the farmer was busy !!! Would have been nice for the children too. There was lots to see and do around the Cotswolds, definitely go to Broadway and Burton on the Would they are beautiful. Lots of nice places to eat out locally as the cooker takes time if you wanted to cook a stew, it would need to go on about two hours prior to eating. There is a list of places to visit in the information pack in the lodge you won't get bored. Loved this place, would definitely go again.

    From 23-10-2015
    at Hidcote Manor
    Mrs. Johnston (10.0)

    We walked over to Saul Marina on the last day where there is a cafe you can have lunch at. Walk is around a mile so manageable with small children, with beautiful views along the way.

    From 23-10-2015
    at Moor Farm
    Dr. Garrood (10.0)

    Stables cafe at Saul marina.Short walk, yummy lunch/cake.Red lion, Arlingham. Wow super food.

    From 23-10-2015
    at Moor Farm
    Mrs. Smith (10.0)
  • Stables cafe at Saul marina. Short walk, yummy lunch/cake. Red lion, Arlingham. Wow super food.

    From 23-10-2015
    at Moor Farm
    Smith (10)

    We walked over to Saul Marina on the last day where there is a cafe you can have lunch at. Walk is around a mile so manageable with small children, with beautiful views along the way.

    From 23-10-2015
    at Moor Farm
    Mr. Scurlock (10.0)

    ledbury and malvern are well worth a visit. The red lion pub is excellent for a local meal.

    From 09-10-2015
    at Hollings Hill
    Mrs. Green (10.0)
  • Definitely take a walk down the to canal and bikes are a must for small kids

    From 09-10-2015
    at Moor Farm
    Mrs. Saunders (10.0)

    Definitely take a walk down the to canal and bikes are a must for small kids

    From 09-10-2015
    at Moor Farm
    Saunders (10)

    we went to the westons cider tour which was a very interesting afternoon adults although i cant imagine would be suitable for children.

    From 05-10-2015
    at Hollings Hill
    Miss Latham (10.0)
  • I actually live quite nearby so know the area fairly well. It's perfectly placed for days out in Gloucester and Cheltenham as well as the pretty villages of Painswick and those "over the river" in the Forest of Dean. Hard to imagine you're so close to everything you need, yet a world away. My top tips would be Gloucester Docks or the Montpellier district of Cheltenham for interesting day trips. Or better still, do nothing at all and watch the sky all day.

    From 05-10-2015
    at Moor Farm
    Mr. Sass (10.0)

    Bring sponges, soap, paper towel, knives, water bottle and dish towels. Kitchen and lights all tired. Stained beds and ceilings. No farm option to pet animals. Very different from prior farm experiences

    From 25-09-2015
    at Hidcote Manor
    Mr. Cockrell (7.5)

    Be prepared for life to slow and enjoy every moment of it!

    From 18-09-2015
    at Moor Farm
    Mrs. Moloney (10.0)
  • We didn't venture far - just one trip into Gloucester - and were happiest back relaxing in our tent and enjoying the pizza supper on Saturday evening. The food that Matt can provide is excellent - don't miss out on it.

    From 18-09-2015
    at Moor Farm
    Mrs. Kitcat (10.0)

    Amend your packing list for kitchen supplies - no kitchen roll, not enough tea-towels, cling film/foil, sharp knife.Pack well as you have to cart your stuff from your car via wheelbarrow for a 5 mins uphill walk. Wheelbarrow rides for kids fun though!Chipping Campden is a sweet place to visit for lunch and a mooch.Hidcote Manor is beautiful - the gardens are stunning. Pack a battery recharger as there is a plug point in the shop for charging stuff which I don't think is communicated enough.Pack marshmallows and sticks if you have kids!

    From 04-09-2015
    at Hidcote Manor
    Miss Gisbourne (7.5)

    Amend your packing list for kitchen supplies - no kitchen roll, not enough tea-towels, cling film/foil, sharp knife. Pack well as you have to cart your stuff from your car via wheelbarrow for a 5 mins uphill walk. Wheelbarrow rides for kids fun though! Chipping Campden is a sweet place to visit for lunch and a mooch. Hidcote Manor is beautiful - the gardens are stunning. Pack a battery recharger as there is a plug point in the shop for charging stuff which I don't think is communicated enough. Pack marshmallows and sticks if you have kids!

    From 04-09-2015
    at Hidcote Manor
    Gisbourne (7.5)
  • Use the maps in the the welcome book in the tent to walk to some local pubs. The owners are also very helpful if you ask them where to go.

    From 04-09-2015
    at Moor Farm
    Mrs. Glover (10.0)

    Not tips but just a comment re the above - we didn't contact the office or use the communal showers so just rated those as good. You might want a not used option...

    From 04-09-2015
    at Moor Farm
    Mrs. d T (10.0)

    Go on the farm tour as it was very informative and the pizza night is not to be missed. The Cotswold wildlife park is well worth a visit.

    From 04-09-2015
    at Moor Farm
    Mrs. Groves (10.0)
  • The cotswolds farm park is about 30 mins away - our children enjoyed that! Hidcote is wonderful too and just on your door step!

    From 01-09-2015
    at Hidcote Manor
    Mrs. Charlton (10.0)

    Bikes might be good round the farm in a dry May, but by September it's all rather grassy (and the rain had softened the ground too). We didn't roam further than Saul Junction during our stay, because there was enough to do on site - Matt's farm tour was really good, the children just enjoyed playing in the field and exploring the woods, and we all enjoyed not rushing around. Slimbridge is well worth a visit - we spent a day there after we'd checked out from Moor Farm.

    From 01-09-2015
    at Moor Farm
    Dr. Nutt (10.0)

    The gardens are great.views from the farm astonishing.

    From 28-08-2015
    at Hidcote Manor
    Miss Garrard (10.0)
  • 1. Mountain bike trails 40 minutes away in the forest of dean - you can hire the bikes2.A walk to Saul marina shop for an ice-cream

    From 28-08-2015
    at Moor Farm
    Dr. Levy (8.8)

    1. Mountain bike trails 40 minutes away in the forest of dean - you can hire the bikes 2.A walk to Saul marina shop for an ice-cream

    From 28-08-2015
    at Moor Farm
    Levy (8.8)

    A visit to Hidcote manor gardens is a must, we went twice! Also worth a visit are Chiiping camden & Broadway, also the Kings arms pub for dinner In Mickelton.

    From 24-08-2015
    at Hidcote Manor
    Mrs. Munns (10.0)
  • Slimbridge is a great place to visit.

    From 24-08-2015
    at Moor Farm
    Miss Longstaffe (10.0)

    Picturesque local Marina and the village of Frampton on Severn for afternoon tea & country pubs.Don't forget swimming costumes for the heated indoor pool at Moor Farm.We visited Stratford Upon Avon and Broadway, two beautiful Cotswolds villages. We had dinner at The Broadway Hotel who welcomed our two dogs. Gloucester has the old docks, museums, restaurants, bars and retail outlet.

    From 24-08-2015
    at Moor Farm
    Mrs. Prentice (10.0)

    Take extra candles, newspaper and firelighters

    From 24-08-2015
    at Moor Farm
    Mrs. Lynton-Evans (10.0)
  • The walk to the canal was lovely and gloucester docks if you want to leave the farm.

    From 24-08-2015
    at Moor Farm
    Mrs. Milton (10.0)

    Picturesque local Marina and the village of Frampton on Severn for afternoon tea & country pubs. Don't forget swimming costumes for the heated indoor pool at Moor Farm. We visited Stratford Upon Avon and Broadway, two beautiful Cotswolds villages. We had dinner at The Broadway Hotel who welcomed our two dogs. Gloucester has the old docks, museums, restaurants, bars and retail outlet.

    From 24-08-2015
    at Moor Farm
    Prentice (10)

    Slimbridge is a great place to visit.

    From 24-08-2015
    at Moor Farm
    Longstaffe (10)
  • Please remove chewing gum from the bed head and hoover the shelves in the bedrooms.Climbing the Malvern Hills was great.Book into a decent pub for food and check out what times they serve food! All the decent pubs were fully booked and when we escaped the pouring rain/very slow cooking facilities we couldn't get in anywhere.Check out where to buy food before you arrive (including opening times), e.g. we couldn't find anywhere open on Saturday afternoon.

    From 21-08-2015
    at Hollings Hill
    Mrs. O'connor (6.3)

    Don't...just stay on site and relax :)

    From 21-08-2015
    at Hollings Hill
    Mrs. Small (10.0)

    The Red Lion in Arlingham is a fantastic country pub offering local beers and an amazing Sunday lunch. Very friendly and perfect for families

    From 21-08-2015
    at Moor Farm
    Mrs. Goodall (3.8)
  • Sit back and simply enjoy the site.

    From 21-08-2015
    at Moor Farm
    Mrs. Brooker (10.0)

    The farm offer a tour and for you to help with feeding the cows etc, definitely worth doing. The pool is a nice bonus on a rainy day. I would recommend taking a flask as suggested as it takes a while to light the stove and boil a kettle ??

    From 17-08-2015
    at Moor Farm
    Mrs. Harrington (10.0)

    Just enjoy and relax

    From 14-08-2015
    at Hollings Hill
    Mr. Pearson (10.0)
  • There is much to do in this area and a weekend is not enough.

    From 14-08-2015
    at Hidcote Manor
    Mrs. Richards (10.0)

    We didn't get very far!

    From 14-08-2015
    at Moor Farm
    Mrs. Sant (10.0)

    The Malvern hills walk was great with amazing views. The farm tour and milking the cows was both educational and great fun.

    From 10-08-2015
    at Hollings Hill
    Mr. Davey-Brown (8.8)
  • The walk to Saul Marina was worth doing and manageable for children. Pizza evening is a must as it was a great opportunity to meet the farmers and fellow guests.The indoor pool on the farm is small but worth booking at least once.Gloucester Cathedral and quays a good trip for a day when the weather is not so good.

    From 10-08-2015
    at Moor Farm
    Ms. Coutts (10.0)

    Eastnor castle is worth a visit though tea room there very exspensive. Our daughter loved the maze there. Just playing on the farm is great fun. Chickens don't always lay but fun to look after. Suggest you take biggers candles or extra lighting as is difficult to see in the evenings to play games. Worth trying to use outdoor ovens as the outside wood is free. Take a flask to fill up with hot water for tea in the morning as warming water etc is a slow process. Fun though as it makes you slow down and relax.

    From 03-08-2015
    at Hollings Hill
    Mrs. Maynard Seath (10.0)

    Hidcote Manor is excellent and worth a visit is the Cotswold Rare Breeds Center and the Broadway Tower.

    From 03-08-2015
    at Hidcote Manor
    Mr. Miles (8.8)
  • *Hidcote Gardens (National Trust) is next door. Free entry with voucher in tent if you're not members. Activities for the kids and a lovely cafe for lunch and homemade cake.*Local walks are great - right from the tent field. The 4 mile round walk to Mickleton is great and easily accessible. Details in the tent info folder or ask Farmer John.*The Kings Arms at Mickleton serves great food, has a super garden with tyre swing and table tennis for the kids, and great outdoor seating. *Adam Henson's Farm Park is a brilliant day out.

    From 03-08-2015
    at Hidcote Manor
    Ms. Dumbleton (10.0)

    We'd strongly recommend taking advantage of the pool and pizza night at the farm. The farm tour is really engaging. Richard and Matt provide a few nugget's of local history while explaining their farming ethos. The wetlands centre in Slimbridge (about 20mins away) is a lovely day out especially for pre schoolers.

    From 03-08-2015
    at Moor Farm
    Mrs. Roxburgh (10.0)

    Take a flask for your early morning cup of tea, as the stove can take about an hour to boil a decent pot...Or alternatively a small camping stove just to get you going for water on a morning.Frampton-on-Severn is not far from the farm and a lovely quaint village with 2 good pubs for food and the local cider is a must.Cirencester was also a nice town to visit and it very historic

    From 03-08-2015
    at Moor Farm
    Mr. Brown (10.0)
  • Why go anywhere? Just stay on the farm, learn about how it operates and just relax!

    From 31-07-2015
    at Hollings Hill
    Miss Reeves (8.8)

    Hidcote Manor and the Cotswold Falconry Centre are great places to visit

    From 27-07-2015
    at Hidcote Manor
    Mrs. Brightman (10.0)

    Broadway is beautiful.

    From 27-07-2015
    at Hidcote Manor
    Mrs. Clark (10.0)
  • Hidcote Manor and the Cotswold Falconry Centre are great places to visit

    From 27-07-2015
    at Hidcote Manor
    Brightman (10)

    Go to the cafe on the canal at Saul Marina.Feed the calves.Use the indoor pool.Get a chicken coop with bantams in - they're really friendly.Go to Giffords Circus, if it is at Frampton while you're there.

    From 27-07-2015
    at Moor Farm
    Mrs. Noble (10.0)

    The Morgan car factory is a great trip out. Need to book a factory tour in advance. Great Malvern makes for a lovely day out as does Brockhampton Estate one of the National Trust sites.

    From 20-07-2015
    at Hollings Hill
    Mrs. Butcher (7.5)
  • The Morgan car factory is a great trip out. Need to book a factory tour in advance. Great Malvern makes for a lovely day out as does Brockhampton Estate one of the National Trust sites.

    From 20-07-2015
    at Hollings Hill
    Mrs. Butcher (7.5)

    We had a fantastic day at Slimbridge (Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust) which is very nearby. We also recommend the food and the welcome at the Ship Inn in Framilode where we had a delicious lunch by the canalside. Mostly though, we had fun playing and relaxing on the farm. The bath-temperature swimming pool was an unexpected bonus!

    From 20-07-2015
    at Moor Farm
    Mrs. Hughes (10.0)

    Slimbridge

    From 20-07-2015
    at Moor Farm
    Mrs. Jones (10.0)
  • Hidcote Manor Gardens were exquisite. The Shakespeare trust sites were excellent

    From 17-07-2015
    at Hidcote Manor
    Mr. Fowler (10.0)

    Ledbury is a pretty town with good shops and we enjoyed a great day out at the Severn Valley Steam Railway which was an hour away. The only down side to this location is that there is nothing within walking distance, at least not with two small boys. In saying that, the nearest pub, the Red Lion Inn is worth a visit with great, well priced food and hospitable landlord.

    From 13-07-2015
    at Hollings Hill
    Mrs. Mcgarrigle (8.8)

    The local cherry picking farm was great fun.

    From 10-07-2015
    at Hollings Hill
    Mrs. Longley (10.0)
  • Head for the hills!

    From 06-07-2015
    at Hollings Hill
    Mrs. Barlow (10.0)

    We enjoyed the indoor swimming pool on the farm on a cold afternoon.Local strawberry picking was fun and the walk down to the canal although a good hour slightly challenging walk with children brought us to a cafe with good food and very friendly canal information centre with brass rubbings and trails for kids.

    From 06-07-2015
    at Moor Farm
    Mrs. Chesser (10.0)

    Verzon House - beautiful.Take a camping stove to heat up water for drinks - a lot quicker than the main stove.

    From 26-06-2015
    at Hollings Hill
    Mrs. Simpson (10.0)
  • Strawberry picking at Clive's!!

    From 22-06-2015
    at Hollings Hill
    Mrs. Mccann (10.0)

    Great malvern lovely to potter around nice places to eat

    From 19-06-2015
    at Hollings Hill
    Miss Welton (10.0)

    Enjoy the villages and pubs!

    From 15-06-2015
    at Hidcote Manor
    Mrs. Morgan (10.0)
  • There is an abundance of beautiful National Trust properties within the area, all well worth a visit. We also visited Puzzle Wood which was a great trip out. We would also recommend the Kilcot Inn, we had a lovely meal there. It has a spacious garden overlooking the countryside with an assortment of things for the children to play on at one end.

    From 08-06-2015
    at Hollings Hill
    Mr. Knowles (10.0)

    We spent a day relaxing on the farm - enjoying the hospitality and relaxing whilst our small person played with the other children that were staying. We also decided to venture to Weston-Super-Mare and had a really good walk exploring some of the rock pools and treasures from the tide line.

    From 05-06-2015
    at Moor Farm
    Miss Jones (10.0)

    Yes stay on the farm! There is so much to do. From feeding the lambs, to seeing calves that have just been born, milking the cows, seeing the goat, feeding the cows and horses. The peace and quiet is so tranquil! Looking out in the sunshine over the fields of cows and horses, hot tub heating up by the log burner, the chickens clucking around your feet and trying to drink your tea, collecting your fresh eggs each morning! Absolute bliss!

    From 01-06-2015
    at Hollings Hill
    Mrs. Hollingworth (10.0)
  • gloucester city is lovely, lunch at the marina

    From 01-06-2015
    at Moor Farm
    Miss Davie (10.0)

    gloucester city is lovely, lunch at the marina

    From 01-06-2015
    at Moor Farm
    Davie (10)

    Being right next door to Hidcote Gardens is perfect not just for the gardens but for afternoon tea! lots of lovely walks in the area too - can thoroughly recommend an early morning ramble with your children to see the rabbits & pheasants before the start of the day.

    From 29-05-2015
    at Hidcote Manor
    Mrs. Staniland-Platt (8.8)
  • Horse riding and visit Blue Ginger Craft shop, if you can get the kids out of the hot tub...

    From 25-05-2015
    at Hollings Hill
    Mr. Hazelwood (10.0)

    Gifford's Circus, if it is passing, was wonderful!

    From 25-05-2015
    at Moor Farm
    Mrs. Smithers (10.0)

    make it clear that they can bring their own pizzas for the pizza oven.

    From 22-05-2015
    at Hidcote Manor
    Mrs. Maxey (10.0)
  • Bring bikes

    From 22-05-2015
    at Moor Farm
    Mrs. Wheeler (10.0)

    The only thing I could think of for future guests is that you really dont need to take anything with you. As I was the organiser I got asked lots of questions on what was provided at the site. Most of which can be answered by Richard over email, but I didnt want to keep bothering him. But the tents have everything you need. Just take your clothes, something to drink and games and you will have the best time.

    From 15-05-2015
    at Moor Farm
    Mr. Jesney (10.0)

    Just relax and take in the view!!!

    From 08-05-2015
    at Moor Farm
    Mrs. Whistler (10.0)
  • Find the local markets. The local cheese makers. Go on the farm tour. It's outstanding.

    From 01-05-2015
    at Moor Farm
    Mr. Mann (10.0)

    Take a swimming costume so you can use the pool on the farm, and don't miss the farm tour. The walk to the marina was fun and about the right distance for little ones. Gloucester Quays are not too far away and well worth a visit if you want to do something a bit more urban. Definitely take advantage of the fresh bread and farm produce on offer, and make sure you go to pizza night at the farm - the food and company were excellent!

    From 01-05-2015
    at Moor Farm
    Mrs. Curtis (10.0)

    Walks along the Gloucester & Sharpness Canal are lovely _x000D_ Local pubs including The Ship, The Anchor, and The Tudor Arms served very good food & ales.

    From 01-05-2015
    at Moor Farm
    Mrs. Green (10.0)
  • The adventure playground in Worcester was fantastic for our children (4 & 6).

    From 17-04-2015
    at Hollings Hill
    Mrs. Rice (8.8)

    We really enjoyed just chilling out on the farm. We had a fabulous meal at a local pub - the Ship Inn in Saul - and really enjoyed our time relaxing and breathing in the country air!

    From 17-04-2015
    at Moor Farm
    Mrs. Mackenzie (10.0)

    We made brief trips to Malvern and Ledbury and enjoyed exploring these towns. We had a nice family meal at The Red Lion. Mostly, we loved having nowhere to be and enjoyed spending time together, being outdoors, playing games and relaxing in the hot tub!

    From 13-04-2015
    at Hollings Hill
    Mrs. Coulson (10.0)
  • Hidcote Manor, Broadway, Chipping Campden, Bourton on the Water. Local walks and pubs.

    From 13-04-2015
    at Hidcote Manor
    Ms. Gilbey (10.0)

    Hidcote Manar gardens - gorgeous

    From 10-04-2015
    at Hidcote Manor
    Mrs. Halsall (8.8)

    We didn't stray far to be fair, we were only there for the weekend. It was great to just breathe and appreciate the fresh air and the pool. Don't forget your swims!

    From 10-04-2015
    at Moor Farm
    Mrs. Baylis (10.0)
  • No we enjoyed the farm so much that we didn't feel the need to go anywhere else.

    From 07-04-2015
    at Hollings Hill
    Mr. Shadbolt (10.0)

    We pretty much just stayed on the farm!

    From 07-04-2015
    at Hollings Hill
    Mrs. Flynn (8.8)

    The nearby Ebrington Arms did very good pub lunches for adults and kids. Hidcote Gardens are well worth a look - especially as you get a free pass with the booking.

    From 07-04-2015
    at Hidcote Manor
    Mrs. Aubrey-Fletcher (10.0)
  • We loved visiting the national trust places of Hidcote Manor and Snowshill Manor. Broadway Tower was great and involved only a short walk from the car park (we were expecting a hike!). We also loved the cakes from Broadway Delicatessen. We visited Warwick castle, which was stunning, but we were disappointed at how commercial and busy it was and how the designated car park was a 20 minute walk from the entrance and cost an extra ?6.

    From 07-04-2015
    at Hidcote Manor
    Mrs. Ward (10.0)

    we really enjoyed Broughton-on the -water- Lovely village with restaurants and shops. We also went to cotswold farm park- take a picnic as food there very limited and very expensive but the park itself has alot for young children to see and do.

    From 07-04-2015
    at Hidcote Manor
    Mrs. Cakir (10.0)

    Take firefighters and newspaper for the fire and make up a flask of hot water at night for your drink in the morning so you don't have to wait to build a fire.

    From 07-04-2015
    at Moor Farm
    Mrs. Inglis (10.0)
  • We didn't need to leave the farm as it was so fantastic there!

    From 07-04-2015
    at Moor Farm
    Mrs. Hughes (10.0)

    Climb up to the Worcestershire Beacon from West Malvern, also Red Lion pub was great and really child-friendly.

    From 03-04-2015
    at Hollings Hill
    Mrs. Roberts (10.0)

    Bring scented candle for toilet. It worked well and nicer than chemical cleaners. More in keeping with the place. Bring lots of extra tea lights. Bring strong torches. Gets dark early. Bring additional blankets and sleeping bags. Nights are very cold. Bedding provided not adequate.

    From 03-04-2015
    at Hollings Hill
    Mrs. Sadler (10.0)
  • Hidcote Manor, just at the end of the road is a must see - really lovely setting. We like Bourton on the Water (although a bit of a drive away) as it has lots to do with the kids, including the lovely Dragonfly Maze (and a really nice artisan bakery which does great cakes and bread!)

    From 03-04-2015
    at Hidcote Manor
    Mrs. Wood (8.8)

    We actually didn't move from the site. It was a nice change for us to do absolutely nothing! We did venture into Ledbury on our way home which is a nice town and found a great little cider shop selling all the local produce.

    From 27-10-2014
    at Hollings Hill
    Mrs. Goldspink (8.8)

    If you stay at Hollins Hill Farm then be sure to visit the nearby town of Ledbury as the shops, restaurants and people are so lovely! Sudbury castle nearby is a fantastic day trip that was the home to Henry VIII and the ghost tour is a great experience even for the littles ones as it's not scary but the insights are great! _x000D_ _x000D_ Take limited clothes as you will basically wear the same waterproof pants and jumper daily as it's genuinely all you need but definitely take as much wood and kindling as your car can manage and a good powerful torch!

    From 24-10-2014
    at Hollings Hill
    Mr. Valente (10.0)
  • Top Tip: Book in advance for Sunday lunch at local pubs, take slippers

    From 24-10-2014
    at Moor Farm
    Mrs. Goodridge (10.0)

    We felt no need to leave the farm as there was plenty to explore there and a wonderful indoor pool too.

    From 17-10-2014
    at Moor Farm
    Mrs. Liz (10.0)

    Go and see the gardens, within walking distance, down the road. There's no set route, and it's wonderfully safe for children to run around and explore.

    From 10-10-2014
    at Hidcote Manor
    Mr. Smith (10.0)
  • Anywhere in the surrounding cotswolds is wonderful, and there are loads of public footpaths to wander around the english countryside. Be sure to bring comfortable wellies!

    From 10-10-2014
    at Moor Farm
    Mrs. Mcwhorter (10.0)

    Hidcote gardens are well worth a visit and free with your stay.

    From 03-10-2014
    at Hidcote Manor
    Mrs. James (8.8)

    Lovely gardens to see and tennis courts. _x000D_ Beautiful walks and countryside.

    From 03-10-2014
    at Hidcote Manor
    Mrs. Rabie (5.0)
  • Simply embrace the experience..! and have he time of your life..!!

    From 26-09-2014
    at Moor Farm
    Mr. Atkinson (10.0)

    The annual Frampton Country Fair was great!

    From 12-09-2014
    at Moor Farm
    Mrs. Soete (10.0)

    Make the most of the family and the farm, both are fantastic with loads to do. You do not have to travel far!

    From 05-09-2014
    at Moor Farm
    Mrs. Evans (10.0)
  • We didn't drive all week, the Farm and surrounding countryside was all so accessible and beautiful we walked everywhere. If you are walking to a local pub, make sure it is open. Canal and river, both very pretty. Definitely have a swim in the family pool and feed the animals of an evening. The fresh bread in the morning was amazing. Relax and enjoy, this is the perfect place to do it.

    From 01-09-2014
    at Moor Farm
    Mrs. Makin (10.0)

    Interesting local experiences in walking distance.

    From 29-08-2014
    at Moor Farm
    Mr. Haines (10.0)

    Walking to the Gloucester canal was great fun and very achievable with children. Swimming in the private heated pool was another treat! If other guest are coming with children to this location, do not underestimate the lure of and hours the children will want to spend in the little woods on site (right next door to the tents). Very safe and utterly enchanting. Perfect for all!!

    From 29-08-2014
    at Moor Farm
    Mrs. Whistler (10.0)
  • The farm tour is great fun and a good way to mix with other glampers, as is the pizza evening.

    From 29-08-2014
    at Moor Farm
    Mr. Hills (10.0)

    Make sure to:_x000D_ 1) Make use of the indoor swimming pool_x000D_ 2) Treat yourself to some farm bacon and sausages for the perfect breakfast with the eggs from your personal chicken coup.

    From 26-08-2014
    at Moor Farm
    Dr. Millington (10.0)

    We didn't leave the farm during our break - no need to, we were having so much fun where we were!

    From 26-08-2014
    at Moor Farm
    Mrs. Lovell (10.0)
  • Walk and explore the fields

    From 26-08-2014
    at Moor Farm
    Miss Peckham (7.5)

    Don't plan to do or see much. If you have young children there is no need to venture further than the woods behind the tent or the farm yard!

    From 26-08-2014
    at Moor Farm
    Mrs. Ovenden (10.0)

    Ledbury is a lovely little town, handy for some shopping and a wander round. Hereford is charming, and the Mappa Mundi in the cathedral fascinating. Good place to shop too. _x000D_ _x000D_ Best thing to do though is enjoy the views at the farm especially from the hot tub!

    From 22-08-2014
    at Hollings Hill
    Mrs. Minards (10.0)
  • take your bikes and cycle down the tow paths.

    From 22-08-2014
    at Moor Farm
    Mrs. Miller (10.0)

    Take your bikes - you can cycle through the fields to the canal and Saul Junction or even into Gloucester.

    From 22-08-2014
    at Moor Farm
    Ms Wheatley (10.0)

    The Horse riding at Costwold Trail Riding was excellent

    From 18-08-2014
    at Moor Farm
    Mr. Silvester (8.8)
  • Just ask the farmer and his family as they know the area well,we did.

    From 11-08-2014
    at Hollings Hill
    Mr. Marsh (10.0)

    Warwick castle and the Cotswold farm park were great for the kids._x000D_ The Playgrounds in Chipping Campden and Broadway are great._x000D_ A great lunch at the Broadway Deli with local produce. (best coffee for miles)_x000D_ Best scones and cream tea in the Badgers Hall Tea room Chipping Campden

    From 11-08-2014
    at Hidcote Manor
    Mr. Williamson (10.0)

    Red Lion pub was great for Sunday lunch. Had a good afternoon in Upton upon Severn

    From 08-08-2014
    at Hollings Hill
    Mr. Hardwick (10.0)
  • No - we enjoyed the farm too much, we didn't leave it!

    From 08-08-2014
    at Moor Farm
    Mr. Barnes (10.0)

    Take into account that if you want any of the stoves to be ready for use to cook on, or water for the shower or hot tub to be warm, you need to allow 2/3 hours to light a fire before they will be ready._x000D_ _x000D_ Highly recommend going for a walk across The Malvern Hills and eating in The Malvern Hotel. A visit to Ledbury town is a nice little town full of a mixture of shops to leisurely walk around._x000D_ _x000D_ Eastnor Castle is a definately worth a visit, with glorious grounds, with plenty of things to see and do, from walks to adventure playgrounds. You can visit both the castle and the grounds or just the grounds, you'd need a day.

    From 04-08-2014
    at Hollings Hill
    Miss Walton (10.0)

    We went into Ledbury which is a very nice small town. Also to the West Midlands Safari Park. It was very busy and there were lots of traffic jams but the animals were great. The _x000D_ Kids enjoyed the theme park. We booked online and saved 30% for a group of 6._x000D_ A very pleasant visit was to Eastnor Castle, with beautiful grounds a lovely lake and nice little playground. A very tranquil pace and good to take a picnic have a light lunch in the cafe.

    From 04-08-2014
    at Hollings Hill
    Mrs. Wood-Robinson (10.0)
  • We didn't venture off the farm - there was no need. Take a fishing rod and sit up on the canal, only a few minutes walk from the site.

    From 04-08-2014
    at Moor Farm
    Mrs. Wellesley-Smith (10.0)

    It depends what you want from your holiday- we just stayed on site as we wanted a relaxing family holiday and didn't want to get on our bikes or drive off in our cars.

    From 04-08-2014
    at Moor Farm
    Mrs. Schofield (10.0)

    We didn't really have time to explore much locally.

    From 01-08-2014
    at Moor Farm
    Mrs. Hedges (10.0)
  • Go on the farm tour if you can and don't miss the pizza night or Wendy's homemade cakes!_x000D_ Gloucester is nearby and a lovely town. We also walked along the canal towpath at Saul's junction nearby where the marina had the biggest collection of barges and narrowboats we'd ever seen. The whole area is really pretty and great for walking.

    From 01-08-2014
    at Moor Farm
    Mrs. Sykes (10.0)

    A walk down the canal is a must.

    From 01-08-2014
    at Moor Farm
    Fam. Malde (10.0)

    Go with an open mind to enjoy yourself no matter the weather! Take a variety of clothing. Leave your electronics behind and get stuck into a good book. Take advantage of the opportunity to slow down and breathe again. Worcester is lovely with the river running through the centre overlooked by the cathedral. Our group of children (aged between 5 and 16) enjoyed a day of cricket at the Worcester Cricket ground and in-between play, the park across the road!

    From 28-07-2014
    at Hollings Hill
    Mrs. Williams (10.0)
  • Eastnor Pottery is definitely worth a visit, friendly helpful staff and a fun morning._x000D_ _x000D_ We visited the International Centre for Birds of Prey in Newent, about 25 minutes away. A fabulous place to visit, we had pre-booked an experience day, well worth a day visiting.

    From 21-07-2014
    at Hollings Hill
    Mrs. Haddock (10.0)

    Don't try and cram too much in, just enjoy where you are and the peace that brings with it. Chasing around visiting attractions isn't always necessary, try a car free day or two and explore around on foot.

    From 21-07-2014
    at Hidcote Manor
    Mrs. Brightman (10.0)

    Do try the walks/public footpaths through the fields - amazing views.

    From 14-07-2014
    at Hidcote Manor
    Mrs. Beishon (10.0)
  • Go to Adam Hensons farm park if you have small children, its fantastic. Hidcote manor and gardens are also lovely. Other than that just relax and let the kids go exploring. Heavenly

    From 11-07-2014
    at Hidcote Manor
    Mr. Troughton (10.0)

    Don't miss walking up the hill above the tents and seeing the view!

    From 11-07-2014
    at Hidcote Manor
    Mrs. Fordham (10.0)

    Hidcote Manor was as far as we got - we were too busy relaxing on the farm to go elsewhere!!

    From 27-06-2014
    at Hidcote Manor
    Mrs. Bale (10.0)
  • The gardens were amazing and well worth a visit.

    From 27-06-2014
    at Hidcote Manor
    Mrs. Broomhead (10.0)

    We had a great time with our family to disconnect from the outside world and all it's gadgets that it just allowed our children to really play and let their imaginations run wild.

    From 23-06-2014
    at Hollings Hill
    Mr. Finch (10.0)

    Haben Sie Tipps und Anregungen z.B. über Ausflugsziele, Restaurants, die Sie gerne mit anderen Gästen teilen wollen?:

    From 24-08-2009
    at Hollings Hill
    Mrs. Russell (8.8)
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