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We completely lucked out with this one. We were the last guests for the year - Halloween weekend so Glamping is the only way to handle the cold whilst still having that outdoorsy break.
Four of us was perfect in the tent (two adults and...More
wonderful field with sheep, steam, swing off tree for children to play. great farm. lovely part of the country. could not have been better. frills of loo and shower worth it. farm shop also great. you don't need to bring as much as you think...More
We stayed for a 2night weekend and had a wonderful time. The owners are friendly and helpful without being intrusive and the farm tour on the Saturday morning was brilliant for the kids.
The tent was massive-clean, well quipped and cosy.
We went off to...More
We came away to have for a relaxing break and that is exactly what we got. The setting was wonderful overlooking the fields.The tent was really cosy in the evening with the fire and candles lit. The tent was exactly as the pictures very glamping...More
Really didn't know what to expect but I was blown away. Tent and facilities outstanding. Honesty shop packed full of essentials and the kids loved going shopping and listing their purchases.
Fantastic location - a real escape from our hectic life. Charlotte was a fantastic...More
Being Feather Down’s first farm on Exmoor, we’re uniquely in a national park and close to the coast – it’s a three-mile, 10-minute drive down country lanes to the Blue Anchor Bay’s pebble beach.We’re also the perfect base for reliving childhood memories of West Somerset holidays, with Porlock Bay, Dunster Castle, Watchet Harbour, Tarr Steps and the West Somerset Railway all on our doorstep.