Welcome to Country Farm Holidays
Welcome to Country Farm Holidays - a collection of self catering holiday cottages, bed and breakfast accommodation and camp sites on working farms and small holdings throughout the UK.
From Devon and Cornwall in south west England to the far north of Scotland, East Anglia in the east to Pembrokeshire in Wales; our members all live and work in the countryside and have intimate knowledge of their areas.
Many offer animal feeding for children, farm tours, fishing, and many more outdoor adventures ... some even have their own private beach! Some welcome pets, some don't. The only hard and fast rule is that you will receive a warm welcome from knowledgeable hosts.
And you can rest assured that you will also pay the best possible rate for your cottage, B&B or camp site. You book direct with the owner and pay no booking fees or commission on this website.
Recently Added Farms
Mallard is situated at the foot of the Yorkshire Dales in the Forest of Bowland an area of outstanding beauty. Based on a working farm, sleeps 8 including king size with en-suite plus 2 cots, it's child friendly, has disabled access throughout the ground floor with wet-room, has a open fire, can provide livery for horse owners and has free broadband.
Hogchester is an idyllic farm cottage set amidst 60 acre's of Dorset's pretty countryside. Only one mile from the sea at Charmouth and 10 minutes drive from Lyme Regis - ideal for exploring the Jurassic Coast!
At Grange Farm we want you to have a unique and wonderful experience leaving you relaxed, refreshed and revitalised after your stay. We have provided a stunning retreat that has all the comforts of home with a few added luxuries.
Pear Tree Cottage is located in the pretty village of Longframlington and we are proud to have been awarded a 'Quality In Tourism Family Friendly Award'. Possibly one of the nicest self catering properties in Northumberland.
Valle Nuova is a 185-acre organic farm, b&b and self-catering vacation rental, in sight ofUrbino. It's nestled in the gentle, rolling hills of Le Marche, where ancient oaks are still protected as they were in the times of the Dukes of Montefeltro.