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Third time now that we've stayed at Readyfields, mixed between our family as a single party and a mix of other friends and their families as a larger group. Happy to say that ALL experiences have been amazing - kids and adults have had a...More
My family and I had a great time here. My children claim its the best holiday they have ever had. A big thumbs up. Safe and very relaxing. If your looking for a get away with a difference then this is for you.
I have just returned from a 3 night break at Readyfields Farm with my family (five of us aged 6 to 71). The accommodation was much larger than I thought it would be and a lot more comfortable. My granddaughters particularly loved sleeping in their...More
We stayed here for a long weekend in the middle of October. The tents are very spacious and perfectly laid out. The log burner is straight forward to light and cooking on it is straight forward. We made good use of the fire pit outside...More
We stayed at Readyfields Farm in August as a last minute holiday , turned out to be a last minute gem!! So pleased I found this place. Lovely hosts and lovely children , wish my son could have been brought up here.
Its lovely to...More
I have booked to stay with my family this October for my son's birthday but I have never cooked on a wood burning stove before so any tips as to easy meal suggestions or equipment would be greatly appreciated.
Also, which day is the bike ride/pizza night (we are staying fri/sat nights)? Do we need to book/pay extra for this activity?
Thank you in advance. :)
15 September 2015|
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Pots, pans, plates, forks, knives, etc. are already in the tent so no need on bringing your own equipment. The information maps in the tents usually have some recipes in them for easy meals and you'll be able... More
Pots, pans, plates, forks, knives, etc. are already in the tent so no need on bringing your own equipment. The information maps in the tents usually have some recipes in them for easy meals and you'll be able to purchase fresh necessities in the farms Honesty Shop.
Once you're at the farm the farmer will inform you about the pizza night & bike ride, there is indeed an additional cost for this.
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"Take sleeping bags for the cold nights, and bike helmets for the farm tour bike ride and pizza night."