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Spring is in the air . . .

the gardens glasshouse & kitchen garden slowdown, unwind and daydream...

Nature lovers…

Liz and Corentin love every season and have ensured that each of the cottages have private gardens that honour the wonder and beauty of nature as it transitions through the year. Colourful spring daffodils and tulips give way to sweet summer roses, cosmos and dahlias, while autumn and winter give thanks to the gentle whispers of the ornamental grasses swaying in the breeze.

A perfect spot for afternoon tea or a pre-dinner drink…

The Lamours have also created larger communal areas that offer a change of scenery whilst soaking up the afternoon and evening sun. The west-facing terrace beside the glasshouse, for instance, is the perfect spot for afternoon tea or a pre-dinner drink serenaded by nothing more than birdsong. Parents can feel confident to relax here with a good book whilst keeping an eye on younger children playing in the nearby wooden castle and sandpit. Older children, meanwhile, might like to escape to the open shed for a game of table football or table tennis.

Vegetables, salad, herbs and edible flowers: just help yourself…

Food lovers will find plenty of fresh organic vegetables, salad, herbs and edible flowers in the kitchen garden and glasshouse. Children can pitch in to gather ingredients, too – a pair of freshly laid eggs from the farm’s hens are up for grabs for the canniest treasure hunters!

Spot the farm’s cows leisurely grazing in the sun...

On days when you fancy stretching your legs, there’s a woodland walk that starts right from your front door and takes in the prairie, the apple orchard and fields of corn; you might even spot the farm’s cows leisurely grazing in the sun.

Here at Into the Prairie, you will find peace, quietness and nature, for a well-deserved holiday that will refresh your mind, your body, and your senses.

PS Liz and Corentin are passionate about sustainability and protecting the environment so would love you to make use of the recycling facilities and add your kitchen scraps to the farm’s compost heap during your stay!