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Everything you have ever wanted to know about glamping, farm holidays or nature getaways is here! We will regularly share blog articles on the latest Glamping news in UK and Europe, as well as our tips for an unforgettable family glamping holiday. Click on one of the blocks below to read our blog articles!

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Everything You Need for the Perfect Autumn Holiday

Let’s face it; most of us are eager for a break from real life. This year has been exhausting. Everything has been turned upside down, and normality has been thrown out of the window. Most of us have been focused on simply getting by …

9 farm that are 2 hours away from London

Since COVID-19, our travel plans have gone chaos and there is no doubt we still want to go on a holiday – even when it’s only a staycation near your home. There are many Feather Down glamping locations near  London ideal for …

Staying through the seasons with Feather Down

Each season has its charm, with Feather Down you will enjoy the cool summer evenings spent on the terrace of your tent, as well as the long winter evenings with the family around the wood stove in the cabin. during your stay …

Feather Down Farms in Germany

Did you know that we also have some very nice farms in Germany? The German farms are all surrounded by nature, in beautiful and unique locations! In Germany, we call Feather Down “WiesenBett” – it means bed in the meadow. There are four farms in …

Working farm holidays for families

Glamping is a treat that can be enjoyed by all ages. Feather Down makes glamping all about the family, and our holidays are designed to be easy and stress-free even if you have young children. You can enjoy a real family holiday with your children …

Our lodges and cabins

Every Feather Down location has its own character, but the accommodations are the same in style and comfort. They’re fully equipped for 2, 4, 6 or 10 persons. Our accommodations comes without electricity or Wi-Fi, and these are replaced with the ambiance of oil lamps and candles …

Meet various farm animals during your holiday

What makes glamping with Feather Down even more incredible are the many farm animals you will see on-site! You can feed them, pet them and milk the cows. If you’re lucky, you can even bottle-feed a newborn lamb. In spring, there is a real baby boom …

5 great reasons to choose us during covid-19

Where will you be heading to after the coronavirus crisis? There is a chance we might not travel as normal for a while, but there is no question that we still want to. Not to worry! Booking a holiday with FeatherDown will give you the incentive of greater freedom …

Activities on the farm during your holiday

Activities during the holidays are an opportunity for children and parents to spend time together. Luckily, the Feather Down farms are full of activities the whole family can participate in and you will always have something to keep the …

7 reasons to choose a Feather Down holiday

Glamping is a blend of ‘glamorous’ and ‘camping’. If you think about camping, the first things that come to mind are a tent, air mattresses, gas cooker and communal showers. At Feather Down Farms we thought ‘We can do better!’ …

Little things for you to bring to your holiday

Since our unique accommodation does not have electricity, the farmers will give you a starter pack of candles and matches upon your arrival. However, we advise you to bring your own torch, extra candles, and matches. For your family …

Turn your home quarantine into a Feather Down holiday

With the latest global outbreak this year, measures are being taken worldwide to prevent the further spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and people are now confined to their own homes. This can ruin your mood, especially if you have …

agrotourism

In recent years, tourists have wanted to move away from traditional touristic areas and are increasingly attracted by the rural environment. It is therefore quite natural that they turn to farm tourism aka glamping. In agrotourism, farmers give their visitors a glimpse …

digital detox on the farm

It’s hard to escape from smartphones, computers, and tablets that are always close at hand. For some time, ” digital detox ” has been on the rise and users are looking to get away from the virtual community and the constant flow of information, in order …

Feather Down is great for food lovers

At Feather Down, part of the glamping experience is enjoying quality food together. Fresh produce, either from the farm itself or the local area, can be pre-ordered or bought from the farm larder. We even have a handful of organic …

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