The Easter Holidays are a very popular time to stay on our farm with many of our families returning year after year! So remember to check our availability and book early to join the fun.
2020 EASTER Holidays we still have availability for the following dates:
- 27th March -3rd April in the Milking Parlour Cottage (7 night stay)
- 10th April -13th April in the Milking Parlour Cottage (3 nights Easter Weekend)
- 17th April -24th April in the Coach House Cottage or the Hayloft Cottage
What’s GOING on at the Farm?
April signals the start of Spring and usually the warmer weather. Combine that with lots of baby animals and the farm makes a perfect Easter holiday destination. New born piglets to feed and cuddle and baby chicks to hold. Number one favourite with parents and children alike is bottle feeding and cuddling the pet lambs. Lambs need 2 or 3 bottles a day for the first few weeks, so there’s plenty of chance to join in.
Farmer Rob’s feeding rounds take place every morning. We visit all the animals on the farm. Feeding the pigs in the field and getting up close with the mummy pig and her babies. If she’s feeling generous she lets us cuddle one. Otherwise they will just nibble your wellies and enjoy a scratch. Dom and Milly the donkeys love to go out in the field giving the children a ride on the way. There are chickens to treat with corn in exchange for eggs for breakfast and goats to feed and water. Not forgetting Sergio and Paulo the alpacas who are happy to accompany you on a mini trek.
In cottage craft and baking boxes are available. Plus the children’s favourite, an Easter Egg Hunt on one morning.
Children get quite attached to the lambs racing to feed their favourite each morning and naming their lamb for their holiday.
During the School Holidays local attractions offer lots of family friendly events including Easter Egg hunts and family fun days with entertainment