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Feather Down Farm Days, the family focussed glamping pioneers offer luxury, style and comfort in natural surroundings with a new accommodation type: the log cabin with hot tub.

 

Feather Down continue to push on in their roll-out of new accommodation types with the popular Hollings Hill Farm now offering the Feather Down log cabins but adding an outdoor hot tub to each cabin. Introducing log cabins last year at two farms - ensuring Feather Down stays open year-round - the company has this year added two further locations. There are now 7 log cabins on sale, a number that is projected to reach 15 to 20 cabins by 2017.

 

Hollings Hill glamping views

 

Hollings Hill Farm near Cradley in Herefordshire is just 35 miles south-west of the Birmingham boundary, but with panoramic views far out over the countryside around the farm from this high point, it is where guests can be least 'confined'. These views are the backdrop to a working farm at which guests are invited to help feed the lambs, horses and Holstein-Friesian cows, meet the calves that have just been born and view cow milking.

 

The glamping log cabin from Feather down

 

Austin and Faye are acclaimed for the warm hospitality that has greeted guests for a decade now as a Feather Down farm. They have an extra tent that can be used as a party tent/communal gathering area and a much-liked new honesty shop too, featuring a high-quality stock.Hollings Hill's other accommodations, the wooden-floored Canvas Lodge tents, all come with private showers, most with their own decking and hot tubs too. Tent and hot tub is a combination warmly familiar at Feather Down, but the log cabin with hot tub at up-to-the-minute Hollings Hill is their own innovation.

Hollings Hill glamping hot tub panoramic views

The Log Cabin, an icon of movie myth, is designed to tap into a vein of continuity and experience like Feather Down's 19th-century-evoking farmhouse interior design and the farms themselves. In their connection with the land, the cabins come with a sense of adventure built in. The Feather Down interiors across the ground floor and mezzanine combine with the image of the log cabin to become a stylish riff on the warmth of hearth and home.

Early customer reviews of the cabin at Midgham Farm in Hampshire and Warren Farm in Somerset speak both of the cabin's ambiance and cosiness. At these locations and now Hollings Hill and the Coach House in Somerset, the cabin's interiors and raised porch combine homeliness with a log cabin's strong place in the landscape. Hollings Hill indulges the senses further with its addition of a hot tub to each cabin.

Hollings Hill glamping log cabin bedroom and toilet

The hot tub and the deck chairs on the porch of the log cabin offer a choice of vantage points for guests to oversee proceedings while finding calm in nature.

The 4-night midweek and 3-night weekend stays at Hollings Hill log cabins start from £435.

The Feather Down log cabin interiors from above

A luxury family vacation in tune with the times, returning to the simple values of life…

To learn more about the opportunity to visit for a story, do not hesitate to contact Simon Turner on 01420 80804 or email s.ann.drogt@featherdown.co.uk. Each year, a certain number of tents are blocked for you: journalists and your families.

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