It depends on the location and accommodation type if bedlinen would be provided. If bedlinen is provided, it will be ready for you on your arrival. Each person will be given a sheet and duvet cover for a single bed plus a pillowcase. You will need to bring your own bedlinen for children under two years if you are bringing your own travel cot.
Tip: If you don’t want to bring your own travel cot, you can book one through us.
Upon arrival you will find a small kitchen pack in the tent. This pack contains 1 hand towel, 1 tea towel and a kitchen cloth.
You can order a towel pack from us (1 bath towel and 1 hand towel) for a small fee per person.
Paypal transactions incur a €6.00 administration fee.
We advise you to take out our Feather Down cancellation insurance, which is distributed by De Europeesche Verzekeringen. This will cover you for redundancy and illness (terms and conditions apply). The cancellation insurance is 5.7% of the rental cost of the tent. Please read the terms and conditions.
No, you can book the added treats/extras at a later stage up until a week before you go via us, your personal page or directly at the farm. We advise you to book some of the more sought-after extras in advance due to their popularity or limited stock, e.g. bicycles, and activities for children.
No, we only offer midweeks (Monday to Friday), weekends (Friday to Monday) or week stays (Friday to Friday or Monday to Monday). Some of our locations offer flexible stays, but not for one night.
Your host is a working farmer who has an early start in the morning. Therefore, we trust in your understanding that for late arrivals – according to the welcome document of the farm you are visiting – the farmer is entitled to charge an extra fee of €30.
Being a working farmer and a Feather Down host means a great deal to do in a limited amount of time. Therefore, we trust in your understanding that for departures after 10.30am, the farmer is entitled to charge an extra fee of €30. This could increase to €60 if in combination with the fine for tents not being left in the proper condition.
Yes, duvets and pillows are provided.
Arrival check-in time is usually between 4 and 6 p.m. Please double-check your welcome document as times sometimes vary per farm.
No, but you can park your car nearby, and you will be able to transport your luggage in wheelbarrows.
The honesty shops vary by farm. Usually, they stock local produce and basics. They do not stock many perishable foods (fruit and vegetables etc).
The tents sleep up to 6 (max. 5 adults).
The number of tents varies by farm (tent numbers range from 1 to 10). Most farms will have around 7 tents.
There is a cooler chest in the tent in which you can put freezer packs (which are provided for you).
You can make yourself a filter coffee or use a coffee percolator.
Yes, every farm has a communal shower block with hot water, and many tents have their own hot water showers.
Yes, there is a cold water tap in the tent.
Every tent has a flushing loo.
Yes, you can fit a travel cot in the accommodation. You can also hire one from us for a small fee.
There is a wood burning stove inside the tent, so anything you can cook on the hob at home you can cook here. Do remember it will take you a little longer to cook. It is slow cooking at its best.
Some of the farms* allow well behaved dogs. Fee applicable. (*Dogs must be kept on the lead at all times while on the farm and campsite.)
The farms have a limited supply of fireguards. Once your booking is confirmed, please contact us.
The best thing to do is to ask the farm directly. The contact number is shown on your welcome document, which is accessible via your personal page.
Once you have made a booking with us that is fully paid, you can download the welcome document via your personal page.
No, there are candles, oil lamps and a wood burner for light and warmth.
Most Feather Down Farms will have a power socket either in the honesty shop or elsewhere on the farm where you can charge phones etc. On some farms, electric cars can be charged – the price is subject to the farmer’s discretion. If you need this facility, please make sure before booking that the farm offers it.
Some of the farms may have limited signal or 3G.
No, so it is time to relax and enjoy being in the moment and your surroundings.
You will need to empty the bins, putting rubbish into a waste bag and placing it in a container; strip the beds; sweep the floor and ensure the washing up is done. If you book a few tents, please make sure the right number of cutlery, chairs, etc., is put back in the right tent. The farmer is entitled to charge an extra fee of €30 for accommodation that is not left in the proper condition. This could increase to €60 if in combination with the fine for a late departure.
Feather Down Farms is a special concept, which we cherish. Therefore, we do not allow any other tents to be pitched.