Win a holiday for up to six people for four nights at The Dandelion Hideaway
Osbaston House Farm covers acres of beautiful Leicestershire countryside, with mature woodlands, arable and grassland. For nearly 100 years the Earp family bred British Friesians and managed a traditional dairy herd. In 2002 Farmer John diversified, becoming one of a handful of specialist dairy goat farmers in England.
The affectionate goats are loveable and we milk twice daily, they are a playful bunch, bred from three British breeds, the Saanen, Toggenburg and Alpines. Their milk is pasteurised and cartoned as well as turned into delicious butter, cheese, yoghurt and ice cream by St Helen’s Farm in Yorkshire.
Guests staying in one of the six secluded vintage chic canvas cottages can get hands on with farm life, including milking the adorable goats, as well as sampling the St Helen’s Farm products, which are on sale in the farm’s own Cow Shed Stores.
The Dandelion Hideaway puts the Glam into Glamping with ensuite roll top baths, with plenty of hot water, super comfy beds and a wood burning stove. Ditch the high tech world for candlelight, birdsong and starry skies. Start the day collecting eggs from the rare breed hens and end it with friends or family toasting marshmallows over the fire.
To win a four night break for up to six people, answer the following question:
Terms & Conditions
Competition entries must be received before 10th July
The winner will be selected randomly
The Dandelion Hideaway is open from Easter to October half term
The four night break commences on a Monday
Bank Holidays and August are excluded
Prize is subject to availability
If mobility is tricky, please note that there is a walk from your car to the accommodation over a field
Guests must arrange their own transport to and from The Dandelion Hideaway
The prize is self-catering. All wood for the stove and camp fire are included
Accommodation is for a family of up to six sharing one canvas cottage, which has a double bedroom, a twin bedroom and a cabin bed
No cash alternative