Ben Horne and Yolanda Cruwys’s four-year-old daughter at their Cove Down Farm in Devon, England. The couple built six “low-impact” solar-panelled cabins on their land, priced nightly at around US$270.
Ben Horne and Yolanda Cruwys’s four-year-old daughter at their Cove Down Farm in Devon, England. The couple built six “low-impact” solar-panelled cabins on their land, priced nightly at around US$270.

Why glamping, green getaways and gourmand classes are choices for UK farmers desperate to get away from actual farming ... and earn some actual money

  • As profits plummet at UK farms, some are innovating by creating unique experiences on their land
  • Rewilding is opening up other opportunities as farmers restore and protect natural areas for a variety of uses

Ben Horne and Yolanda Cruwys’s four-year-old daughter at their Cove Down Farm in Devon, England. The couple built six “low-impact” solar-panelled cabins on their land, priced nightly at around US$270.
Ben Horne and Yolanda Cruwys’s four-year-old daughter at their Cove Down Farm in Devon, England. The couple built six “low-impact” solar-panelled cabins on their land, priced nightly at around US$270.
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