The woodland with tents and new Feather Down Log Cabins has been in the family since 1790. Den -building country, where Midgham has recently planted 11,000 trees, it's the home of the Chiddock Pony Stud.For the adventurous, a cross -country woodland running / riding course and cargo nets to climb on. Children will love the rope swings and climbing ropes! Newest is archery and axe throwing available just across the wood. If you fish instead, stories about the one that got away can be told at a choice of many a cosy country pub. The Foresters at Frogham even has donkeys in the car park! On the farm, there will be lambs to feed, 5 foals due in May, a goat play area, and deer stalking with camera when Oliver is around.Just a 10 -minute drive from the farm, Somerley House offers varied fairs, shows, festivals and activites.As part of the Feather Down concept, there is no electricity or WiFi in the cosy accommodations. Candles and oil lamps provide a warm light and a rustic wood stove is available for cooking. Each accommodation has quality bedding, an equipped kitchen, a toilet, a dining area and a barbecue. Dogs are allowed in this location.