stay at feltham’s farm

Our two-bedroom holiday cottage is available to let throughout the year. It can accommodate four people and comes with all the mod cons you’d expect, including WiFi. With all the activity on the farm, it’s the perfect place to stay for a weekend or longer and is an ideal base from which to explore the West Country.

Bristol and the south coast are within an hour’s drive and London is just two hours away (we’re also well-served by Templecombe train station). Heating and electricity all comes from ground source and solar while our soon-to-open games room (table tennis, pool table, darts etc.) will provide additional space with underfloor heating for the winter months.

stay at feltham’s farm

Our two-bedroom holiday cottage is available to let throughout the year. It can accommodate four people and comes with all the mod cons you’d expect, including WiFi. With all the activity on the farm, it’s the perfect place to stay for a weekend or longer and is an ideal base from which to explore the West Country.

Bristol and the south coast are within an hour’s drive and London is just two hours away (we’re also well-served by Templecombe train station). Heating and electricity all comes from ground source and solar while our soon-to-open games room (table tennis, pool table, darts etc.) will provide additional space with underfloor heating for the winter months.

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There’s a surprising amount to do just here on the 22 acres of our farm – particularly for families. You’re free to roam around – just bear in mind that this is a working farm and children should not be left unsupervised. Some of the fences are also electrified to keep in livestock. Where there is an open gate – you are welcome!  If you can’t see animals in the field then climb over the gate.  However please don’t feed the animals.

Feel free to use the trampoline, climbing frames, tree house and hammocks (in the summer).There are plenty of animals to watch: you can help feed them too, just ask!

The cottage has a barbecue and there’s a huge supply of firewood that you can use on the barbecue or for the wood-burning stove inside if it’s cold.

Then of course, there are plenty of walks nearby, either starting from the farm or after a short drive. There’s a wonderful one along the ridge at Cucklington where you can see the whole of the Blackmore Vale, ideal for any afternoon walk.

Finally, there’s our cheese. You can watch the cheese being made on most weekday mornings – and then of course buy some to take home with you.

Want more ideas? Here’s our guide of What To Do.

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But what will you eat? Well, it’s worth asking us what’s currently available here on the farm before you schlep off to the supermarket.

We sell a variety of “as organic” produce (we are undergoing organic certification), most importantly our award winning cheese Renegade Monk. We sell our lamb, pork and sometimes fruit, veg and chicken and quails eggs if in stock. We also make jams and crab apple jelly. If you want to buy anything mail us in advance or knock on our door. 

And we also have seasonal salad (Asian, British leaves).  Ask and we’ll show you the polytunnel. 

The cider we provide is from our friend Oliver Dowding, brother of “No Dig” Charles Dowding.  We like his approach, and wherever possible we try to support our local producers. 

We’re lucky to have some fantastic local shops (don’t be scared; not exclusively ‘for local people’) and if you want to eat out, it just depends on if you want to walk or you have a ‘designated driver’…

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Dowding’s Apple Juice and Cider
Oliver Dowding makes a wonderful cider from apples collected in and around Shepton Montague. You will have found a bottle of Oliver’s cider when you first arrived at the cottage. His apple juice is splendid too.

No Dig Organic Gardening
Charles Dowding has a leading authority on no dig gardening since 1983. We’ve been inspired by what he does – and try, with mixed results, to emulate what he does here at Feltham’s Farm.

Settlers Stores
Run by our friends Zara and Natalie in Cheap Street in Frome, this is tweed with a difference. Scottish tweed teamed with vibrant African prints.