Our Cottages

1 and 2 Rushcroft Cottages - these are two bedroom cottages and sleep 4 in each.

Rushcroft Lodge - this is one bedroom and sleeps 2 (+1 on sofa bed in lounge). 

All cottages are available for bookings all year.

We accept dogs in the Cottages but not in the Lodge.  Dogs are most welcome, but must be kept on a lead at all times and not be left unattended in the cottages.  Owners must clean up after their dogs and deposit waste in the bins.  A dog walk runs adjacent to the campsite.

The peaceful enjoyment of our farm and its surrounding natural habitat is very close to our hearts and is dependent upon the courtesy and consideration of all our visitors.  As a small quiet family holiday farm we do not tolerate inconsiderate behaviour.  We ask that all light and noise pollution be kept to an absolute minimum.


2 Rushcroft Cottages

Sleeps four in two bedrooms, 1 double (with travel cot) and 1 twin room. It has an open plan living room/kitchen with wood floor and a shower room with wc   More info, availability and booking...


Rushcroft Lodge

The Lodge is attached to Rushcroft farmhouse and sleeps 2 + 1 in a double bedroom with a bed settee in the lounge. It has its own entrance, enclosed garden and parking area.   More info, availability and booking...


1 Rushcroft Cottages

Sleeps four in two bedrooms, 1 double (with travel cot) and 1 twin room. It has an open plan living room/kitchen with wood and tiled floor and a shower room with wc   More info, availability and booking...



"Myself, husband, 3 year old daughter and 7 month old son stayed for a long weekend and really enjoyed ourselves. We loved the welcome sign when we arrived and found there to be ample safe parking. The cottage was large, airy and modern with a small yard and south facing front terrace - perfect for sitting on in the warmer evenings with a glass of wine. The cottage was well equipped and comfortable. The owner was very friendly and didn't mind us bothering her for a cot or electric top up. The cottage is in an ideal location for Paultons Park which was the reason for our visit."
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