Stress-free holidays for your babies and toddlers

Whatever the age of your children, at Limousin Farm Holidays, we can guarantee you’ll enjoy a worry-free and relaxed holiday. For a start, the campsite is completely enclosed so your kids will be able to roam free and be safe at all times. To make your life easy, we provide all the normal baby and toddler kit including travel cots, high chairs, push chairs and a papoose, plastic crockery and cutlery.

Kids experience farmlife.

Toys and activities

Ship Ahoy! Kids playarea.

There are lots of toys in our farmhouse playroom to keep your little ones happy, great if it rains or gets too hot outside. There are lots of sit-on and pull-along toys while the play area is a hub of imaginative play with swings, sandpit, tree trunks to climb on and dens to explore.

The best time to visit for young children

A sample of insect life from the wildlife walk.

Avoid peak season on a baby and toddler holiday and you’ll find the weather is warm rather than hot and there’ll be lots going on with the animals which young children find really fascinating. Visit us in June and you’ll see the baby lambs and calves and watch the tractors making hay.

What's new

  1. Closed for 2024 / Fermé pour 2024

    Mar 09, 24 07:56 AM

    Welcome - Bienvenue"We are closed for the 2024 season. We will reopen for bookings in Autumn 2024 for our 2025 summer season. "Nous sommes fermés pour la saison 2024. Nous rouvrirons aux réservations à l'automne 2024 po…

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  2. Anna with a lamb

    Mar 26, 20 12:00 AM

    Anna with a lamb"When you grow up you could make a jumper just like mine." Our friend Anna cosies up to one of our new lambs. Looks as though he's got some Suffolk genes. "Quand tu seras grand, tu pourrais faire un p…

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  3. Spring is here!

    Mar 08, 20 12:00 AM

    sheep dog and daffodillsIn-between herding duties, Scout, our trusty sheep dog takes time out to look simply gorgeous. She's as happy as we are that spring is on the way and looking forward to helping us with the new lambs…

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