Spend your holidays from November onwards on a Feather Down farm in a winter cabin. Our log cabins now offer the answer for all who are looking for Feather Down glamping holidays later than our traditional end of October finish. We now offer the dates and the Log Cabins to accomodate your late autumn and winter holidays.
Nature at this time of year is different, but still breathtaking. Sparse foliage means wildlife is easier to spot, such as the stunning and famously shy roe deer. Look out for them at Midgham Farm, in the woods 5 miles from the New Forest. Or how about staying in a Log Cabin in the amazing Mendips Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in Somerset, where Warren Farm is situated? There’s also Hollings Hill dairy farm with its panoramic views over the Malverns and the Coach House, a Collection location without a farm but with a single log cabin which means you can have the beautiful grounds all to yourself!
The rustic Feather Down cabin, with its warm hearth and homely feel, is the perfect place to return to, pink-cheeked, after exploring the great outdoors. Spread over ground floor and mezzanine, it offers comfort and Feather Down style – including of course our cupboard bed – spiced with a sense of adventure. A farm stay in a winter cabin sees farms continue in full-swing through the season. There are horses in the stables to help out with at Midgham, plus goats, rabbits and chickens. Warren Farm provides the full working farm experience, with the opportunity to help with sheep, goats and chickens. Hollings Hill’s dairy farm doesn’t stop for a moment during the colder months and the Coach House hosts will still teach you fishing from scratch, starting with a bowl of water on the lawn! There is also no shortage of activities available in areas surrounding the farms.
Come for a glamping winter when farms are as active as ever and the rustic log cabin really comes into its own, and see a side of nature usually kept hidden.