We are delighted to welcome the brand new Feather Down Farm for glamping Somerset holidays, Wambrook Farm for your consideration especially if “ecological” sounds good to you. The farm is the perfect synthesis of old and new. Starting with the old, it’s the history in its preserved, listed buildings.
Wambrook looks to the future also, being organic and keen to farm in as sustainable a way as possible. The farm even produces sedum matting for green roofs, which has been going on for almost 15 years now. They have installed a biomass heating and hot water system, which is heated by wood chips from sustainable wood grown on the farm and has capacity to heat 3 houses. The farm also has a small solar park located at the far end of the farm.
Attractions and activities when glamping Somerset
The farm’s Eco credentials, visible history plus the farm’s ideal location in an AONB is nevertheless still only the tip of the iceberg in all that Wambrook Farm offers in the details for a trip glamping Somerset. The beach and Jurassic Coast World Heritage area is within easy reach, so taking in the sea air and catching some rays can be combined with collecting mementos – very old mementos – of your stay with Feather Down.
Somerset is the perfect family holidays destination with many local arts festivals, children’s events, such as the Priddy Folk Festival. Discover charming and characterful villages and atmospheric historical towns like Wells and Taunton. There is local produce to try from a range of farmers’ markets, and you can discover why the region is known for its cider and dairy.
If you simply want your nature to stun, the Blackdown Hills should do the job, the landscape rising to an river valley embroidered plateau …
With 34 Feather Down locations across the UK in or on the border of a total of 25 counties, reachable, within easy driving distance of wherever you are. Feather Down has many more new farms beginning: ready and waiting to welcome all with open arms and the unbounded enthusiasm of new members, 2016 bringing 13 new farms into the fold across Europe.