Escape to the countryside and get closer to nature with Cotswold Farm Park Holidays

For those looking to escape to the countryside and enjoy a unique staycation, Cotswold Farm Park Holidays (home to TV presenter and farmer, Adam Henson) has so much to offer, with high-quality accommodation to suit all guests and budgets.

Families looking for a fun-filled, affordable holiday this year are extremely well catered for at Cotswold Farm Park. Pitch up your own tent or motorhome, or enjoy the comfort and convenience of a spacious safari tent (sleeps up to five guests, plus one infant) or a luxury self-catering lodge (sleeps up to six guests, plus one infant). Adjacent to the pitches are a modern shower block, well-equipped communal kitchen and cooking area, plus handy laundry facilities. The whole family is welcome, as the wide selection of accommodation options are dog friendly. But that’s not all! Guests of the accommodation can enjoy the perk of unlimited free access to Cotswold Farm Park for the duration of their stay, including the day of arrival and the day of departure (dogs are welcome at the onsite Ox Shed restaurant and shop, however not into the Farm due to close contact with the resident animals).

On the Farm, guests can meet the friendly animal residents, which includes over 50 rare and native breeds of farm animals, plus the newest additions to the Farm’s animal family, including newborn lambs, goat kids and friendly rabbits. Visit during spring and you’ll have the chance to see live lambing and enjoy talks from a team of experts about all things lambing, as well as bottle-feeding the new arrivals (which takes place daily during spring, summer and autumn months). Visit during 1st – 16th April and get stuck into the Farm’s Easter activities, including face painting and a special Easter trail. In July and August, wander around the colourful flower fields, which includes a large wildflower meadow and huge sunflower field. Youngsters can burn off any excess energy at the well-equipped indoor and outdoor play areas, which includes a soft play section (perfect for little ones), large sand pits, bouncy pillows, ride on tractors and much more.

For those travelling without children, Cotswold Farm Park offers a chance to escape from the hustle and bustle and relax in serene countryside surroundings. The accommodation is spread out separately to the Farm Park, so you can enjoy sweeping views over this stunning area of outstanding natural beauty. Opt for a luxury lodge and enjoy sipping champagne from your outdoor wood-fired hob tub as you watch the sunset over the Cotswold hills. During the day, set off on foot to enjoy some of the fantastic walking routes in surrounding areas. Follow the Cotswold Farm Park Wildlife Walk, which includes a stunning vista overlooking Gorse Valley towards the picturesque village of Kineton, and discover the thriving biodiversity of Barton Bushes, designated a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI). Or visit the nearby villages of Bourton-on-the-water, Stow-on-the-Wold, Broadway or Winchcombe, all quintessentially Cotswold villages packed full of charm and character.

Each lodge and safari tent is equipped with convenient self-catering amenities, but for those who don’t feel like cooking while on holiday, the Ox Shed Restaurant at Cotswold Farm Park serves delicious, seasonally-inspired food and regularly hosts talented local musicians on Saturday nights.

cotswold-farm-park-logoTo book a day visit, holiday accommodation or camping stay, or to find out more about Cotswold Farm Park, visit or call 01451 850307.