At our Feather Down farms, your Cotswolds stay will be one of a kind. For the city-dwellers of Bath, Bristol, and Oxford, we are merely a short drive or train ride away! May we be as bold as to say that you haven’t experienced true English countryside until you have stayed on one of our farms in Cotswold? For the nature aficionados or the urbanites that have had just about enough with city living, our tented cottages provide a respite; a shelter to recover and rejuvenate. Quilted farmland awaits you, with rolling hills and glittering lakes in the middle of quiet valleys.
Imagine collecting eggs in the morning to the backdrop of roaming lambs and to the tune of flying red kites. The Cotswolds truly provide a wildlife haven that will take your breath away. Breathe in the seas of fragrant lavender fields between the months of April to August, its beauty is bound to make your heart soar. All that you didn’t know you needed, right in the lap of mother nature.
Did you know that the word “glamping” was added to the Oxford English Dictionary in 2006, though it made its first appearance in the United Kingdom in 2005, following a visit to a Feather Down farm? Glamping is where comfort and untamed nature meet. At Feather Down, you will never have to choose between comfort and wilderness: they go hand-in-hand. We provide cosy and unique glamping pods tucked away in the middle of fairytale-like meadows and valleys, so you never have to compromise. The best thing? You can chuck all the long, arduous to-do lists that come with camping!
Your canvas hideaway is tucked away, providing you with the opportunity to feel one with nature in true rural isolation, while having all the comforts imaginable, right here, in your homely pod. Fresh running water, a fully equipped kitchen, and comfy beds, in the best location conceivable. Glamping in Cotswold perfected.
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Your farm stay at Feather Down will be one to remember, so much so that we are certain you’d also love our farms in Herefordshire and Shropshire.