The farm looks so nice and great for the kids to be able to help out with the animals too, Camping with proper beds and a log burner – that is a winner for me already and those lambs are super cute, We’ve never been glamming but would absolutely love too! It is a beautifully idyllic location perfectly located as a base should you want to leave the farm and explore Devon’s coastal delights. The room is completed with a very comfy sofa, table and chairs, candles over the table to light when the sun goes down and your wood-burning stove. This a proper glamping experience. Just love this amazing tunnel at @. ... a five minute drive to the beautiful little rocky cove of Lee, and Ilfracombe itself is barely a 15 minute drive away. Learn how your comment data is processed. I think with Nila being 20 months old , it puts me off of the idea until she actually listens to me lol, So much good use of space here. The tents are permanent structures so you’ll not have to set anything up upon arrival, just unpack and unwind. Log in as an administrator and view the Instagram Feed settings page for more details. Simply put, possibly the most comfortable way to enjoy glamping but with a lot more added luxury than your basic tent offers. It's the simple things. We stayed in one of the Feather Down Glamping locations, Ilfracombe Farm. Quiet, family-run glamping site on a working dairy farm in north Devon; Private shower, toilet and cooking facilities for each bell tent; Three miles from Ilfracombe and a 10-minute drive to Woolacombe For the first night, we had Corned Beef Hash as it is something everything likes and is easy to cook over a campfire – woodburning stove, in this case, I also made a sausage casserole one of the nights. Try broadening your search to the whole of Devon I love that they are so spacious I hadn’t expected that. Once the sun went down the temperature really does drop but the wood burning stove kicks out enough heat to keep you all warm. If you are looking for easy food ideas to cook while camping/glamping I have a few different ideas for you here. 10 minutes from Woolacombe beach. If you want to take a closer look around the farm then you can take a look at this video: Disclaimer: We were guests of Feather Down for this weekend, as always, all thoughts and opinions are my own. A glamping holiday with Feather Down is a special way to experience Ilfracombe and the surrounding area. Looking out over Woolacombe Bay, these glamping pods and holiday homes are by the beach. Glamping at Ilfracombe Farm, Feather Down, North Devon #Review . Andrew is the 5th generation ‘Baker’ to be farming here, and lives on the farm with Kelly and children Alfie, Jake, Evie, Noah and Immie. The family live offsite but only a few minutes down the road, they are usually around to answer any of your queries and questions and will definitely be with you every morning and evening while they feed the animals and you can help them to do this, especially fun is the lamb feeding – who wouldn’t love bottle feeding baby lambs? Each lodge has a picnic bench outside for you to use, 2 deck chairs and a BBQ for you to enjoy during your stay, there is also a gas-powered shower just outside your lodge located in a little shed unit. If you are thinking of having a unique pet such as pygmy goat visit rurallivingtoday.com for more information. Our beds were made up upon arrival, everyone has a pillow and a single duvet each. The canvas frills lodges sound really good. Crazy self, AD Press trip Another of the added luxuries is pre-booking a home-cooked meal for your arrival (there is an additional cost for this and you can choose from stew or cottage pie), this is especially good if you will be arriving late or just don’t fancy cooking after a long journey. What a lovely place to glamp as a family and real luxury glamping as well – everything you need in a beautiful setting, what more could one ask for. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); There are also sheep, chickens and a Shetland pony on this farm too, plus a few ducks also came to visit us while we were there. April 25, 2019 March 26, 2020 - Clare **Collaborative post** As you already know, since this towny gave camping a go with the kids for the first time a few years ago, we have enjoyed many camping adventures as a family. Kelly will cook your meal for you and bring it to your tent once you arrive. There is something very special about being away from the hustle and bustle of our busy lives and getting back to the basics and enjoying nature at its finest. An award winning 5 star and peaceful campsite with hot tub glamping pods. You don't have to spend m, Harry's first Mummy hair cut of Lock down. You will find yourself bordered on three sides by rolling Devonshire countryside and on the fourth by the Bristol Channel.