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
Connetts Farm is a 100 acre (40 Hectare) working farm. It is situated in a coastal position giving cliff top views over the Thames Estuary. Oilseed rape, field beans, linseed and cereal crops are grown in rotation with small meadows for grazing and hay. There is also a 6 acre area of woodland that we have planted to provide a more varied habitat for wildlife and to produce timber for harvesting in the future.
Oldaport has four cottages sleeping from two to six guests in a delightful secluded valley beside the beautiful Erme estuary. Perfect for a beach or walking holiday.
Amidst the beautiful south Norfolk countryside under wide arching skies amongst farmland and hidden waterways,eight luxury Norfolk holiday cottages can be found. All eight barns have been sympathetically converted into modern luxury accommodation.
Five elegant self catering cottages set on 4500 acre Gelston Castle Estate. Situated 4 miles from the market town of Castle Douglas.
Set in the hamlet of Helsey near Hogsthorpe, Helsey House Cottages are ideal for discovering East Lincolnshire and the Lincolnshire coast. Helsey House Cottages are about 6 mile from the seaside village of Chapel St Leonards and about 12 miles from the historic market town of Alford.