Feather DownOptions & prices
Rated with 9.9(19 Reviews)
New to Feather Down in 2021, this farm lies at the end of a dead-end country lane in the natural paradise that is the Somerset Levels. Run by Peter, the place is teeming with wildlife from barn owls to wild deer, as well as domesticated animals for you to get up close and personal with. The farm has stunning south-facing views for 20 miles to Dorset and the coast on a clear day, which delighted the Sunday Times who gave it a front page feature in 2021 and thought it the ideal base for a family holiday near Glastonbury.
When you emerge from your comfy bed in the morning, it is a question of which Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty it is for today as there are three on your doorstep - the Blackdown Hills, Mendip Hills or Quantock Hills, all perfect for hiking and cycling. As far as more urban charms are concerned, Glastonbury is famous for King Arthur and the world’s best music festival is 30 minutes away. Your host Peter is a big foodie so he’ll be able to furnish you with all the food and restaurant tips you’ll need.
If you don’t want to venture so far afield, Glastonbury Hill Farm offers a wide selection of beautiful walks to stretch your legs but you are also welcome to just relax and take in the breath-taking views - in fact it is the ideal spot for a family holiday near Glastonbury. You will have everything you need in your canvas hideaway to make your holiday complete, from comfy beds to a wood-fired stove and private showers.
Dogs not allowed
What animals with you find on this farm?
Canvas hideaway with private outdoor shower
Canvas hideaway with private outdoor shower for 4
Canvas hideaway with farm-house shower
Canvas hideaway with en-suite shower
Including wood for the wood-burning stove
Including welcome package with bed-linen, towels, candles, matches, washing-up liquid and other basic items
Going without electricity is our greatest luxury
Meet your hosts
I look forward to welcoming you to Hill Farm and its breathtaking views over the Somerset Levels.
The Sunday Times loved their stay here in 2021 and I hope you will too.
The Somerset Levels
Mrs Parr Ferris