new locations feather downDiscover our new farms!

Before we take in new locations within the Feather Down  family, they go through a thorough selection process. We think our guests deserve a warm welcome, whatever location they choose as their destination! We are thrilled to present our new Feather Down locations:

Luxury camping in the UK – Opening as of July 1st, 2021

Heydon Grove Farm is the latest addition to Feather Down Farms. Located in a town that is steeped in history, the farm is set on 320 acres of arable farm that produces malting barley, sugar beet, haylage. Only half an hour’s drive from the coastal town of Cromer, treat yourself fresh seafood after a day at the beach. Surrounded by its countryside nature, this farm will offer you a glamping holiday you will never forget!

Within the beautiful area of the Somerset Levels lies Glastonbury. Glastonbury lies at the end of a single track called Wood Drove and offers a wide selection of walks for those keen on outdoor activities. These areas are perfect for outdoor activities such as hiking and cycling. The town of Glastonbury is only 30 minutes away and the Glastonbury Festival is held not far from this location every year!

Balnab Whithorn Farm is located by the beautiful seaside of Whithorn in South East Scotland. Boasting of its greenery and panoramic views, Balnab Whithorn Farm is the ideal location for a family glamping holiday in Dumfries and Galloway. What’s more, the farm is 10 minutes away from the coastal village of Isle of Whithorn and 12 miles from the country’s national book town and biggest annual book festival in Wigtown!

Luxury camping in France

La Grange du Bost in Dordogne is an organic farm located in the Périgord Vert, in the south-west of France. Fiona and her two children, Katy and Patrick, live on the farm and Chris who is a friend of the family, helps them with the management of the farm. This farm is comprised of 20 hectares of woods, meadows and fields. This farm was once devoted to the organic breeding of laying hens and now focuses on wildlife and the ecology of the area. Opening date: 1st week of May 2020

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