The drive down the A30 can drag but Cornwall is more than worth the wait. There are two Feather Down farms here. Treganhoe sits down at the furthermost tip of the county on the magical Penwith peninsula whilst Looe Farm sits close to the border with Devon marked by the river Tamar. Both are fantastic bases for all that Cornwall has to offer. Take a closer look at these ideal family holidays in Cornwall.
Modelled on a typical farm-house from Victorian times, our canvas hideaways are more than spacious enough to house your family and animals now, as they were back then. Our canvas hideaways can be both a space to chill - with a sofa and comfy beds - and a space to play in. Not only are there all manner of nooks and crannies to hide in, the canvas hideaway increases in size when you open up the front to include the canopy.
Your canvas hideaway comes with fresh running water, a fully equipped kitchen, a flushing toilet, and comfy beds - all the luxury you’ll need. But unlike back then, you can now choose a private shower. Book a canvas hideaway in Cornwall with Feather Down for an unforgettable holiday experience.
The most important part of a Feather Down holiday in Cornwall is that it is a farm stay. If it’s a farm stay in Cornwall you are looking for, then it has to be Feather Down Farms.
More and more people are looking for a simpler way of life, a holiday in Cornwall far away from back-to-back Zoom calls. Closer to nature, a holiday with Feather Down in Cornwall is a must, especially after being cooped up at home all that time during the pandemic.
With Feather Down Farms our holidays in Cornwall offer our guests a glimpse of a simpler way of life for a weekend or maybe longer. A life without electricity and wi-fi and the gadgets that hold us all hostage more than we would like.