The UK and European leader of glamping and holidays on working farms continues with its upgrading of products & services this year. Feather Down is raising the level of both its standard and more expensive accommodation options as well as beginning to roll out its new additions to the range of accommodation.
Stefan Thurau, Feather Down CEO said "This year's product upgrades and product diversification is part of a 3-year plan. We started with the implementation last year and it will be completed in 2017. The strategy includes the upgrade of our over 400 frill and standard tents as well as the continued launch of new products such as log cabins and 10 person tents. With this ambitious plan, we want to raise the standards of glamping and benefit as best we can and as quickly as possible our farmer partners and our guests”.
The Canvas Lodge for 10. This tent type adds an extra double bed and bunkbed to the standard combination of double, bunkbed and “cupboard bed” for kids. The tent was introduced at one UK farm last year as well as two in the Netherlands. From this year, a further UK farm, Billingsmoor in Devon, will offer the opportunity for more of a guests' family and friends to enjoy being together, glamping in nature at a farm location. Beds are near the top of the list of positive features according to former guests of Feather Down farms, so whatever the size of group, or extent of farm activities and excursions undertaken, guests will retire in comfort.
A Feather Down Farm Days stay starts from just £245 for 4 nights.
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