Great Farm is run by Johnathan and Leonie, Bruce and Alison - a farming partnership. We simply have two passions. Maintaining the long term sustainability of the countryside ... and helping people to really enjoy it. The marriage of these two elements has resulted in the creation of what we believe is a fabulous place to come and stay. Enjoy the thrill of the action during Fairford Airshow, pitch your tent at our family run and managed campsite. For quieter stays you can kick back and relax in one of our secluded eco-glamping sites or rent one of our cosy cottages and thoroughly immerse yourself in the Cotswolds, an area of outstanding natural beauty.
What's on offer at Great Farm
Fairford Airshow Camping
Under our own management from 2018, we were extremely grateful for feedback from guests of previous years and were proud of the improvements made. 2019 will be even better as we continue to develop the site to ensure you have the best time at RIAT possible. There's a shorter walk to the showground this year and we hope you'll enjoy the buzz around the BBQ and Bar at Jenner's Barn as well as the fantastic atmosphere during the Royal International Air Tattoo, which celebrates 70 years of NATO in 2019.
Pop-Up Glamping for RIAT
We are delighted to be working in partnership with Brook Bell Tents again for RIAT 2019. We take the hassle out of camping for you by pitching beautiful bell tents, fully preparing them for your arrival and adding top class facilities such as hot water, showers, electric hook up and 24 hour security. Just 10 minutes' walk from the main gates to the Air Tatoo.
Great Farm Glamping
We have a selection of individually designed glamps in beautiful spots around the farm and along the river that runs through it. Beautifully presented and extremely well kitted out for easy living, sleep in comfy beds under proper bedding, enjoy hot water showers or baths and relax in a private hot tub.
Either of our two lovely Cotswold stone cottages offer a perfect base from which to explore the surrounding countryside. Both are surrounded by open countryside but are near to quaint Cotswolds towns including Lechlade, Fairford and Cirencester. Both are accessible for guests with reduced mobility.