GLAMPING ON THE FARM

GLAMPING ON THE FARM

 

Feather Down, creator of the best-loved family glamping holiday in the UK and abroad, announces the launch of the 2017 season.
This season, it introduces flexible arrival days, new farms, seasonal activities and an exclusive offer for customers aged 55 and above.

 

Feather Down offers more possibilities for arrival dates – such as any weekday for a two-night minimum stay – on selected farms. Furthermore, it is now offering up to a £35 discount for customers aged 55 years and above who are looking for a relaxed glamping holiday with their spouse and (grand) children

 

The 10 Person Tent has been upgraded too.

It now has a covered entry and a bigger stove and dining table, as well as a large outdoor kitchen. Feather Down also offers a new type of Canvas Frills Lodge, with wooden entry doors (instead of the traditional canvas slit with ropes). Customers can find this new type of Canvas Frills Lodge at East Shilvinghampton, in Dorset (England).

 

New locations for 2017

New farms have been added to the Feather Down family. Customers can expand their glamping adventure abroad with new farms in the UK as well as in Ireland, France, The Netherlands and Germany.
Fancy a glamping adventure in Scotland, in the middle of the Highlands? Then you might want to plan a trip to Feather Down’s brand new location close to one of the most popular UK holiday destinations.

Loch Ness.

There is also now a unique Feather Down Collection location in Ireland. Discover Loop Head Collection, a seaside glamping retreat that offers yoga classes and hosts small-scale festivals throughout the year. Furthermore, Feather Down has also opened two new farms on the other side of the pond. Grange du Bost is an organic farm in the Dordogne, France, which produces eggs, honey, walnuts, cereal and more.
La Grange is run by an English couple, so communication will be as easy as at home. Or enjoy a glamping stay at Hof Viehbrook in Germany, near the Baltic Sea. Here visitors can cuddle with the farm animals and enjoy the delicious local cuisine.

An introduction to Glamping

Glamping is a blend of ‘glamorous’ and ‘camping’. If one thinks about camping, the first things that come to mind are a tent, air mattresses, a gas cooker and communal showers. Feather Down thought ‘We can do better!’

 

The Feather Down glamping concept combines the cosy feeling of camping with the luxury of a cottage. No stress about setting up tents, leaky air mattresses or scurrying across the camping site with a roll of toilet paper; instead the pure luxury of high-quality mattresses, a well-equipped kitchen, and a private shower and toilet.

Feather Down, Glamping Pioneers

 

European leader in glamping holidays, Feather Down, once again offers its luxurious accommodations at the most beautiful locations in the UK and abroad. Holidays with Feather Down are about getting back to the simple life, without electricity and Wi-Fi. The concept was born about 10 years ago in the Netherlands, and Feather Down now has thousands of customers from all over the UK and Europe; in the Netherlands, Germany, France, Belgium and the US.

An original holiday for families that is all about total relaxation.

 

 

Accommodation

A Feather Down tent is spacious and comfortable. The interior evokes the idyllic country life of times gone by. The Feather Down tents are equipped for up to 6 people (maximum 5 adults and 1 child up to 12 years), although there is a group tent that sleeps 10 people. Feather Down also offers an entirely wooden Log Cabin. In each of Feather Down’s accommodations there is a stove, toilet and fully equipped kitchen. Customers do not have to bring anything from home – everything will be provided.

10 Person Tent and new Canvas Frills Lodge

 

The 10 Person Tent has been upgraded. It now has a covered entry and a bigger stove and dining table, as well as a large outdoor kitchen. Furthermore, Feather Down now offers a new type of Canvas Frills Lodge, with wooden entry doors (instead of the traditional canvas slit with ropes). Customers can find this new type of Canvas Frills Lodge at East Shilvinghampton, in Dorset (England).

Seasonal Activities!

On Feather Down farms, there are different activities for every season.

They will kick off with their annual Easter Weekend, with a complimentary breakfast basket and Easter egg hunting activities with the children.

 

Find all of their seasonal activities here.

A special time away spent in close proximity to nature will remain etched in the memory of young and old. A unique family holiday glamping experience… It is no surprise that the average satisfaction rating of Feather Down customers is 9.5 / 10!

 

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