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We visited the Hidcote Manor Feather Down farms a couple of weeks ago for a weekend get away with a group of friends, the standard of the accommodation for the money was brilliant, the beds were really comfy and the living area was spacious with...More
This was our first experience of Feather Down Farms & we've come home just wanting ti book it all again - absolutely brilliant! Our family of five (3 kids - 10,8,6) have just had 3 of the most enjoyable days we've had ever. The tent...More
This was our first experience with feather down farm. My first reaction upon walking into our tent was "wow"! It was just as the pictures show! The tent was cosy, immaculately clean and had everything you need.
The honesty shop was great, although we only...More
The whole thing was just great. John was a lovely man and his Mom Gretta who I bumped into feeding the chickens was a lovely lady.
super clean, super comfy Loved every minute. Kids didnt want to leave and neither did we!
Four of us (2 adults 2 kids) visited for a weekend in June. The tents are brilliantly designed and it was immaculate. The bedding is lovely and the tent is well equipped. The farmer John is lovely and very helpful and made the effort to...More
Our tents are a stone’s throw from the honey-coloured limestone hamlet that clusters around Hidcote Manor. Described by the National Trust as one of England’s greatest gardens, it was created by the American Lawrence Johnston in the first half of the 20th century as a series of outdoor ‘rooms’ combining masses of colour with traditional crafts such as topiary.