One of the world's best family holidays
Our top tips for spring lambing
It's coming up to that magical time of year when the countryside is full of new life. Read more about where and when you can get up close and personal with lambs at Feather Down Farms this spring.
£25 low deposit offer for 2022
For a limited time only, we are offering a low deposit of just £25 on all our 2022 holidays. Choose it to secure a place at one of our 32 beautiful farms in the UK or even to enjoy the Feather Down experience across Europe.
New for 2022 - Farm takeover weekends
Just imagine it. You can have all the canvas hideaways at a Feather Down farm for the weekend, just for you, your family and friends. What will you come together to celebrate?
It's like a cottage - made of canvas
Enjoy a stay cation with the family in the most beautiful places in the British countryside. Our canvas hideaways sleep 6, have running water, comfy beds and are over 50 m2. Prices for a weekend start at £355, that's less than £ 30 p.p. per night.
The school holidays are booking fast!
They may feel like they are a long way off but our most popular farms are shifting fast for the holidays. So don't leave it too long before deciding when to take your Feather Down farm stay this year.
Celebrate Earth Day with us
In this blog Richard Watts from Moor Farm explains how regenerative agriculture can be a long term solution to the challenges of diminishing biodiversity.
Book with confidence with our Covid-19 guarantee
Our locations are small scale with a lot of space and plenty of nature between you and your neighbour. For extra reassurance we have put in place a Covid-19 guarantee so you can book Feather Down Farms with confidence.
Many of us are looking for a simpler way of life, with more time in the outdoors and in nature. With Feather Down Farms you get a glimpse of what life was like before mobiles and gadgets took over our lives.
Mr Stanley rates Feather Down Farms Billingsmoor Farm with a 8.8
Mrs. Moran rates Feather Down Farms Billingsmoor Farm with a 8.8
Mr Yeung rates Feather Down Farms Wambrook Farm at 30/07/2021 with a 10
mrs Dellar rates Feather Down Farms Wambrook Farm with a 10
Mr Hardy rates Feather Down Farms Howbeck Lodge Farm with a 8.8
Mrs. Brown rates Feather Down Farms Howbeck Lodge Farm with a 10
Mr Hale rates Feather Down Farms New Barn Farm with a 10
Ms. King rates Feather Down Farms College Farm with a 10
Miss Tully rates Feather Down Farms Layer Marney Tower with a 10
Mr. Warren rates Feather Down Farms Layer Marney Tower with a 10
Mrs Parmiter rates Feather Down Farms Mount Pleasant Farm with a 10
Mrs. Etherington rates Feather Down Farms East Shilvinghampton Farm with a 10
Mrs. Scott-White rates Feather Down Farms East Shilvinghampton Farm with a 8.8
Mr. Lyall rates Feather Down Farms East Shilvinghampton Farm with a 10
Mrs. Hopcroft rates Feather Down Farms Dolphinholme Farm with a 10
Mrs. Edge rates Feather Down Farms Upper Shadymoor Farm with a 10
Mrs Lammas rates Feather Down Farms Manor Farm with a 8.8
Miss Binding rates Feather Down Farms Wyresdale Park with a 10
Mrs. Carr rates Feather Down Farms Lunsford Farm with a 10
Mr Lovell rates Feather Down Farms Midgham Farm with a 10
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The story of Feather Down Farms goes back nearly 20 years to when we opened at Manor Farm in the Hampshire's South Downs. They are still going strong along with many of our originals.
Since then we have expanded across the country, from the tip of Cornwall to the Scottish Borders, from the mountains of Snowdonia to the Norfolk Broads. You'll also find Feather Down farms in other countries.
On Earth Day, National Geographic cited Feather Down Farms as one of the pioneers in going green in their guide to sustainable travel.
Mail on Sunday
Travel writer Eve McGowan took her 72 year old mum to East Shilvinghampton farm with her two children in April 2022. It was a multi-generational success!
Our Cwmberach Uchaf farm in the Brecon Beacons featured in the Times best farm stays for Easter. They loved the astonishing beauty of this wildlife haven and described it as a private Springwatch.
We are the Gorst family and we've farmed here for ...
The Acton family has owned land here since the 12t...
Hidcote Manor Farm
Welcome to Hidcote Manor in the beautiful Cotwolds...
We welcome you to our organic farm. Recently hande...
We are Henry and Sammy Sykes, and we live here wit...
Mount Pleasant Farm
We are the Miller family and we run our farm with ...
We are the Miles family and we share this peaceful...
Layer Marney Tower
We are Nick and Sheila and together with our team ...
We, Sally and James Whewell, cannot wait to welcom...
Upper Shadymoor Farm
We are Kevan and Joy Fox, both hailing from farmin...
Hollings Hill Farm
We are Faye and Austin and we live here with our f...
We are Tim and Sarah Bargman and we live and farm ...
Howbeck Lodge Farm
We are the Stobart family and have farmed at Howbe...
Gwel Teg Farm
Gwel Teg is a dairy farm of 130 Holsteins and 270 ...
Together with the team, I welcome you to Lunsford ...
We are proud to have introduced Feather Down into ...
Nestled in the Devon countryside on a Duchy of Cor...
New Barn Farm
We are Will, Hannah, Evie, Harry, and Fergus and w...
East Shilvinghampton Farm
We are the Bartlett family; Martin, Joby and child...
Fountain Violet Farm
We are the Jones family and we bid you a hearty we...
Our family has farmed at Treganhoe (“Cornish farm”...
We are the Watts family. We live here together and...
We are Marcus, Lucy, Henry and William, the next g...
Glastonbury Hill Farm
I look forward to welcoming you to Hill Farm and i...
The family moved here in 1945 and the farm is now ...
La Flocellière en Vendée
We are looking forward to welcome you to her littl...
La Ferme de Fontenille
Domaine St Christophe
Together with our children Sanne, Femke and Jente,...
Just outside the village Akkrum is our farm along ...
Own the wellies and pyjamas look
Top ways for children to unwind on holiday
There’s nothing like curling up in one of our cupboard beds for a bedtime story. So this year, we’re excited to announce a new partnership with Ladybird, publishers of some of the most iconic and best-loved children’s books. We’ve asked them to share their top ways for children to unwind on holiday. Spoiler alert: they involve books!
Celebrate Earth Day with Feather Down Farms
Moor Farm outside Gloucester is one of our most popular farms. A key reason for that is the infectious enthusiasm for regenerative agriculture that Richard the farmer practices there. Read more about why he thinks this method can be a long term solution to the challenges of diminishing biodiversity and soil degradation.
The best gear to take on a Feather Down Farm holiday
We all know that time spent outdoors has many benefits for children and it's important to be able to play and explore outside, whatever the weather. That's why we've teamed up with our friends at Muddy Puddles the experts in children's outerwear. They have got some great tips and a great offer for Feather Down Farm guests.