Voted 2013's Farm of the Year, College Farm has the perfect glamping Norfolk / Suffolk border location on the southerly tip of the Norfolk Broads, half-hour's drive to South Norfolk's well-known beaches and coastal towns, like Southwold and Walberswick.
The Daniels's love to show - and bottle feed - their orphan lambs when they have them, Filly the horse, the herd of cattle grazing on the marshes, and the chickens at the top of the Feather Down field. Unfortunately, dogs cannot be accommodated. There is so much to do you won't need to stray further than the farm for your family holidays. Don't miss the farm tour. Enjoy a wander on the marshes or by the river, and assist in looking after the lambs. The communal horse grooming session is always a hit, and don't forget to collect eggs from the hen house! The hay barn is a great under cover space for exciting bale jumping, tunnelling and invented games. There is a trampoline too, next to the climbing frame, swings and slide.
The bee conservatory is a very special extra. Or relax at your tent watching the sails of the pleasure craft in the distance on the River Waveney. The honesty shop has meat and eggs produced on the farm or sourced from one of the neighbours, healthy honey, local apple juice and ice cream, as well as freshly baked cakes and treats by Lucy.
Lucy and Marcus love getting to know all their guests, wanting each to have a Feather Down experience they will remember for a lifetime. One appreciative visitor wrote "their attention to detail was faultless and touching'. Further afield, Bewilderwood, the tree-house adventure park, is just over half an hour's drive away. And Norwich, on the River Wensum has medieval lanes and alleys, and more medieval parish churches than any other northern Europe city, plus two cathedrals and a Norman castle.
Please note: there is no electricity in this location