Holiday cottage in Tuscany, Italy

luxury dog friendly holiday cottage in Tuscany

From The Suffolk Holiday Barns & Barges experts…. A Tuscan Cottage available Autumn 2020….

What?

It will be a fully restored traditional Tuscan Country House with breath-taking views of the Garfagnana Valley. Just 20 minutes from the Medieval city of Lucca and 45 minutes from Pisa airport.

Sleeps two to four.

When?

  • 2 or 3 night weekends from Fridays
  • 4 night midweek breaks from Mondays
  • 5 night midweek breaks from Sundays
  • Full weeks or fortnights from any of those days

Why?

  • Rustic combination of English & Tuscan style
  • Incredible views of the valley and hills for miles
  • Al Fresco Terrace with BBQ, Pizza & Bread oven
  • Soak up the Italian sunshine
  • Ideal spot to discover Tuscany

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“I have two favourite places on this little planet of ours. Suffolk and Tuscany. Having built my business in Suffolk, firstly on dry land and then onto the water with our Barges, I’m now expanding it just a little further. To Tuscany!

Woodfarm Tuscany has a delightful little country house with breath-taking views across the Garfagnana, which is the upper valley of the river Serchio, just 20 minutes North-West of Lucca and only 45 minutes from Pisa airport.

A holiday or short-break here is all about the scenery, and food & drink. We have the most amazing location to explore this beautiful area, and enjoy some ‘you time’ from your Tuscan terrace”

Holiday Cottage in Tuscany near Bagni Di Lucca

Our Dog-friendly Holiday Cottage in Tuscany….

I viewed a lot of houses in the area and then ended up buying the first one I’d seen! The views were love at first sight. The house itself requires a complete renovation, but then I’m used to that, so it’s not a problem.

But the views are simply unforgettable and we don’t have to renovate them!!

Food, Wine and that Tuscan view!

Once it’s finished, this Cottage will be about the incredible views. A cosy place to stay, with the modern comforts you expect from us, in a location giving you easy access to the most popular parts of Tuscany. With or without dogs.

And to go with those views we are building a spacious terrace in the garden, with comfy seating, pizza and bread oven, and a BBQ.

So if you fancy the idea of sitting back and relaxing with the warm Tuscan air wrapped around you as you sip a nice glass of local wine, waiting for your handmade pizza or locally sourced BBQ produce to be ready, then you’d better get your diaries out.

There’ll even be a proper pasta maker in the kitchen, along with local flour and eggs so you can really get into the spirit!

‘Trebbio’ forms part of a tiny hamlet near a tiny village called Piazza Di Brancole, on a hillside overlooking the Garfagnana Valley.

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The location of our Tuscan Holiday Cottage in the Garfagnana Valley
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Gold-Award Winning Luxury Holiday Cottages & Barges in Suffolk. And now we’re in Italy too!

“It’s exactly the same philosophy as we have in Suffolk; Created with you in mind. Modern comforts with rural charm, all within easy reach of so many beautiful and interesting places.

‘Trebbio’; your Holiday Cottage in Tuscany.  The perfect place from which to explore this stunning, historic region of Italy. Sign up to our VIP Tuscany list to be the first to know when you can book your holiday or short-break at Woodfarm Tuscany and make it your home from home”

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Set into the hillside, ‘Trebbio’ will all be on one level inside, making for easy living.

We have cellars below, which we hope to convert at some point but once the Cottage is ready, it’ll be all about a luxurious, rustic interior, combined with outdoor living, Tuscan style.

From your terrace you can enjoy your morning coffee, a leisurely lunch, or watch the sun go down as you bake your own pizzas.

Make sure you sign up to our VIP Tuscany list to be the first to know when we are ready to take bookings!

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“We have loads of accolades for ALL our Suffolk Holiday Cottages & Barges. We’ll aim for similar in Italy, but rest assured that it’s the same team and ethos behind it”

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Ok folks, as another weary week of our shared pandemic experience comes to a close I want to be serious for a change. We are living this ordeal together and I want to take stock today and pose a serious question to you....

I know I muck about on here, as I don't take myself too seriously. I take my business very seriously, you remember the Holiday Barns & Barge thing I used to do? But I don't take myself very seriously as you know. Whether it's a stupid selfie here, or galavanting off to Paris with Kate Moss there, or just a gym session with Arnie, I like to look at the fun side of life

But today is a day for brevity. A day to introspect and ponder. A day to apply a stern face, and ask you, the good people of Woodentop land, a deep, philosophical question;

If it was possible to survive for the rest of your life, with all the required nutrients coming from it, and you had to choose just one thing, what one food item would you pick for today and all eternity?

I'll start you off with mine.... PB&J. Crusty white bread, crunchy Meridian peanut butter, and strawberry jam from Preserves of Suffolk
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Ok folks, as another weary week of our shared pandemic experience comes to a close I want to be serious for a change. We are living this ordeal together and I want to take stock today and pose a serious question to you....

I know I muck about on here, as I dont take myself too seriously. I take my business very seriously, you remember the Holiday Barns & Barge thing I used to do? But I dont take myself very seriously as you know. Whether its a stupid selfie here, or galavanting off to Paris with Kate Moss there, or just a gym session with Arnie, I like to look at the fun side of life

But today is a day for brevity. A day to introspect and ponder. A day to apply a stern face, and ask you, the good people of Woodentop land, a deep, philosophical question;

If it was possible to survive for the rest of your life, with all the required nutrients coming from it, and you had to choose just one thing, what one food item would you pick for today and all eternity?

Ill start you off with mine.... PB&J. Crusty white bread, crunchy Meridian peanut butter, and strawberry jam from Preserves of Suffolk

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Pizza!

Cheese and pickle sarnie. Oat bread from the local deli, local cheese and locally made turmeric chutney x

Jacket potato with mature cheddar cheese and Heinz baked beans.

Chocolate of course - it’s a no brainier!!!😋😋😋Peanut butter is disgusting!!!!🤢🤢🤢xx

Fishfinger sandwich on white crusty bread with a little bit of tangy tarter sauce 😋😋😋

Can I choose wine please😉

Locally sourced Roast Beef with homemade Yorkshire puddings using the late great Gary Rhodes recipe.loads of veg...washed down with a decent pint of beer 😊😊👍👍😋

Apel pancakes, heavy on the eggs, with maple syrup. And whipped cream on Sundays. Used to love Meridian peanut butter, and then it suddenly started to disagree with me. 🥲

Toast

Tuna mayonnaise jacket potato

It’s far too early in the morning to make such an important decision.....!! 🤔🤔 - but let me see..... it’s got to be - drumroll - massive pause.................chocolate 🍫 !!

Tracey’s homemade oxtail soup

And that's serious? In that case it would be chips, long ones, crinkle ones, fat ones, skinny ones, oven ones all types of chips 🍟🍟🍟

Fish stick salad with salted peanuts, mayo and sweet chilli sauce 😂

Macaroni cheese that mum made me as a kid.

So that’s half hour of my life I’m never going to get back pondering the answer. Can’t choose - can I have a different question please 🤔🤔

Now there’s a question🤔 Think mine would be cake 🍰 - so many flavours you could get through the year without getting bored☺️ Cake is the cure of all ills👍

Full English breakfast

Pie mash and liquor ! From my shop! Harry’s Epping.

Here here!!!

Got to be...sough dough toast with butter and marmalade for breakfast and any type of risotto for any other meal 😋x

Long and slow roast shoulder of lamb (sorry Carl) roast potatoes and all the veg 😋 except Brussels sprouts because they are the food of the devil himself 🤢

Florentine pizza. As it covers most food groups it would be ideal. If we could make a stuffed crust one stuffed with red wine it would be perfection....I've put a lot of thought into this !! I need to get out more 😂

Chicken roast dinner.

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Throwback Thursday.... throwing back nine years to the birth of Woodfarm Barns

Alde Barn then and now

Woodfarm House and The Granary were up and running, but this phase was day after day of living on a building site. I had some great laughs, shed a lot of sweat and tears, as well as a fair bit of blood, but I made it happen

I was running out of money, stressed, tired, and wondering if it was all worth it.

It was

#tbt #throwback #ThrowbackThursday #ihaveadream #lifeofanentrepreneur #risktaker #andallroundeejit
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Throwback Thursday.... throwing back nine years to the birth of Woodfarm Barns

Alde Barn then and now

Woodfarm House and The Granary were up and running, but this phase was day after day of living on a building site. I had some great laughs, shed a lot of sweat and tears, as well as a fair bit of blood, but I made it happen

I was running out of money, stressed, tired, and wondering if it was all worth it. 

It was

#tbt #throwback #ThrowbackThursday #ihaveadream #lifeofanentrepreneur #risktaker #andallroundeejit

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Really hoping to visit one day

It most definitely was worth it Carlos xx

We hope to return one day. 🙏👍

Of course it was. Think of what pleasure you have given to so many people. You only have to look at that 50 to 60 people who join you at the pub every month

Of course it was worth it...... you wouldn’t have met us otherwise......😂😂🤣🤣🐶🐶❤️ xx

I really want to visit!

Heee hee hee you wait till I turn up, you'll regret everything then 😂 especially gorgeous barns and barges that I will dismantle, move them the few miles between us and start my own business how could I fail, your barns and barges are magnificent, not that I'm jealous in any way 😔 x

Good morning C. Scott!! I've only stayed in The Granary but judging by that, it was deffo worth it!! Have a great day. xx

Love Alde Barn Every barn we have stayed at is perfection... Hopefully we might be allowed back in May if Bozo and chumps let's us

The Gingerbread Cottage!

You have created a lovely haven in the midst of the Suffolk countryside

Definitely worth it 👍😊

Yes definitely worth it xx

So worth it! Saving up as we speak. Will £3.25 and a couple of buttons cover it?!

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Apologies to anyone who has a booking for Woodfarm House, but me and my new celebrity mate have taken over the lounge a little.

You're still welcome to come. We won't get in the way and you'll hardly know we're there

As our guests always say....... "I'll be back"
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Apologies to anyone who has a booking for Woodfarm House, but me and my new celebrity mate have taken over the lounge a little. 

Youre still welcome to come. We wont get in the way and youll hardly know were there

As our guests always say....... Ill be back

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Well I thought for a second that it was you standing there. You’re so alike 😀

That bike looks so good there 👌. I keep my bike indoors and stare at it when I'm eating my museli in the mornings daydreaming of adventures past. I'm not joking I actually do 🤱(replace baby with bike)

Haste la vista Carl x

Surely you don't use all that 'stuff ', no wonder you feel the need to write extra chapters to your book every day, just to get out of using all that masochistic, pain inducing, body altering bits and bobs. Carl you are OK as you are and your guests will come back IF you get rid of that torture equipment, showing that in an advert will have an adverse reaction, Arnie or not 🏃💪 x

Hopefully we all will be soon 🙂

Woodfarminator!

Wish you could get Arnie there!!

No modelling shoots today?

I would say get out more, but we can’t I was hoping for my letter inviting me for my vaccine but this came instead

Oh god, made me laugh!!!!!

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I don’t want to reopen

Odd statement to make you might think? Let me finish... I don’t want to reopen, until the country is ready

I really fear that he’ll do it too early. Again

Is it just me or is everything that he does as plain as day? As clear as looking through a pane of glass? As predictable as the lottery numbers five minutes after they’ve been drawn?

Next Monday, the 22nd, our half-witted leader will reveal to us a ‘road map’. Actually half-wit is being generous, but I don’t think there’s such a thing as a ‘quarter-wit’. I’m sure there’ll be a new snazzy slogan to go with the funky name, as we need this to believe that he is very clever. He couldn’t just refer to it as a ‘plan’? Of course we will know every detail of this road map well before Monday, as they purposefully leak snippets to us, in order to build up the anticipation and our love of this great man. We shall rejoice in his name and throw parties in the street to honour him. Oh hold on, I was accidentally slipping into Doris’s fantasy-land then, sorry

Don’t get me wrong, you know I want to open. To go back to what I like doing. To having guests come to stay in our socially distanced accommodation, and enjoy the things that rural Suffolk has to offer. I want to see our pubs and restaurants open again, and for the new shoots of life to open. I have never seen what we have on offer as being a potential super-spreader, but I have always backed the notion that the more people mix and move, the more it spreads. It’s that simple, so I have always been 100% behind being closed. I have also been 100% miffed at the pathetic unfairness that decreed other industries could remain open. That our borders could remain open. To allow 21,000 humans per day to enter our country on aeroplanes, from anywhere in the world, when my Barns and Barges couldn’t accept two people each, to go for walks around the area, doing the same thing they are allowed to do at home, to me at least that seemed unfair.

But I stayed closed, despite having had requests the entire time, as I have during all our lockdowns, from people wanting to come and stay. Stupid people who simply do not care, or get it, or believe that it applies to them. I have had enquiries all the way through this latest lockdown, and the more that I get, the ruder I’ve been to the callers. One caller on Friday looking for a Valentines break won’t call again I can assure you

So back to our hero. The man that saved Christmas. The man that believed he was in charge, not a raging virus causing levels of misery and death beyond our comprehension before this. The man who decided in November that we should close for one month and that everything would be fine after that. The man who said just before Christmas that to stop people having Christmas would be “inhuman”. Then he did his own inhuman act and stopped Christmas, when he finally realised that he wasn’t calling the shots, COVID was. The feeble flip-flopping, all because he wanted to be seen as the hero of the hour, when in fact he’s just a clueless eighth-wit, who somehow duped enough people into believing he could run our country.

This time apparently, he is going to deliver a road map (plan) that will be “cautious but irreversible”. So not reversible. Like Christmas. If anyone knows him, could they let him know from me, that whatever he decides, COVID will decide what is reversible and what isn’t, not him. He’s not the messiah

This has to be the final lockdown (now you’ll be singing that all day to the tune of the ‘Final countdown’, sorry). I don’t want to re-open until we are ready. Until the numbers are dropping sufficiently and the vaccine rollout is happening fast enough. My suspicion is that we will be allowed to open again somewhere around the end of March, beginning of April. It’s a shame that I won’t ever have stuck a needle in anybody’s arm by then because the contract to recruit vaccinators was given to a firm who couldn’t do it quickly. I will never accept why we aren’t doing this round the clock. We have more vaccines than most, if not all other countries, and we have scores of already trained people, who can’t seem to be put in a position to help, let alone people like me who said “please train me to do that”. I don’t like needles. I get queasy in hospitals and around ill people. But you do what you’ve got to do when you need to do it don’t you? Still, at least I now possess a certificate following my CRB checks, that says I’m an ok human being.

This has to be the final lockdown (there goes that song again) otherwise next time people will simply say “nah, I’m just gonna do my thing thanks”. I’d rather we stayed like this until May or June if it meant that we could see the back of this thing for good. Of course I know it will be with us every year now, but we need to be in control of it, not the other way around.

Let’s hope, as I really do, that we can see light at the end of the tunnel now. I want to get on with running my business and being in control of my future like I was before, and like we all do. I want to see guests arriving like they used to. I want to see my daughter and my friends. I want to go to the pub with them. I’d like to use my passport and some Euros again, but that'll have to wait a while yet

Have a lovely Tuesday and stay safe x
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I don’t want to reopen

Odd statement to make you might think? Let me finish... I don’t want to reopen, until the country is ready

I really fear that he’ll do it too early. Again

Is it just me or is everything that he does as plain as day? As clear as looking through a pane of glass? As predictable as the lottery numbers five minutes after they’ve been drawn?

Next Monday, the 22nd, our half-witted leader will reveal to us a ‘road map’. Actually half-wit is being generous, but I don’t think there’s such a thing as a ‘quarter-wit’. I’m sure there’ll be a new snazzy slogan to go with the funky name, as we need this to believe that he is very clever. He couldn’t just refer to it as a ‘plan’? Of course we will know every detail of this road map well before Monday, as they purposefully leak snippets to us, in order to build up the anticipation and our love of this great man. We shall rejoice in his name and throw parties in the street to honour him. Oh hold on, I was accidentally slipping into Doris’s fantasy-land then, sorry

Don’t get me wrong, you know I want to open. To go back to what I like doing. To having guests come to stay in our socially distanced accommodation, and enjoy the things that rural Suffolk has to offer. I want to see our pubs and restaurants open again, and for the new shoots of life to open. I have never seen what we have on offer as being a potential super-spreader, but I have always backed the notion that the more people mix and move, the more it spreads. It’s that simple, so I have always been 100% behind being closed. I have also been 100% miffed at the pathetic unfairness that decreed other industries could remain open. That our borders could remain open. To allow 21,000 humans per day to enter our country on aeroplanes, from anywhere in the world, when my Barns and Barges couldn’t accept two people each, to go for walks around the area, doing the same thing they are allowed to do at home, to me at least that seemed unfair. 

But I stayed closed, despite having had requests the entire time, as I have during all our lockdowns, from people wanting to come and stay. Stupid people who simply do not care, or get it, or believe that it applies to them. I have had enquiries all the way through this latest lockdown, and the more that I get, the ruder I’ve been to the callers. One caller on Friday looking for a Valentines break won’t call again I can assure you

So back to our hero. The man that saved Christmas. The man that believed he was in charge, not a raging virus causing levels of misery and death beyond our comprehension before this. The man who decided in November that we should close for one month and that everything would be fine after that. The man who said just before Christmas that to stop people having Christmas would be “inhuman”. Then he did his own inhuman act and stopped Christmas, when he finally realised that he wasn’t calling the shots, COVID was. The feeble flip-flopping, all because he wanted to be seen as the hero of the hour, when in fact he’s just a clueless eighth-wit, who somehow duped enough people into believing he could run our country.

This time apparently, he is going to deliver a road map (plan) that will be “cautious but irreversible”. So not reversible. Like Christmas. If anyone knows him, could they let him know from me, that whatever he decides, COVID will decide what is reversible and what isn’t, not him. He’s not the messiah

This has to be the final lockdown (now you’ll be singing that all day to the tune of the ‘Final countdown’, sorry). I don’t want to re-open until we are ready. Until the numbers are dropping sufficiently and the vaccine rollout is happening fast enough. My suspicion is that we will be allowed to open again somewhere around the end of March, beginning of April. It’s a shame that I won’t ever have stuck a needle in anybody’s arm by then because the contract to recruit vaccinators was given to a firm who couldn’t do it quickly. I will never accept why we aren’t doing this round the clock. We have more vaccines than most, if not all other countries, and we have scores of already trained people, who can’t seem to be put in a position to help, let alone people like me who said “please train me to do that”. I don’t like needles. I get queasy in hospitals and around ill people. But you do what you’ve got to do when you need to do it don’t you? Still, at least I now possess a certificate following my CRB checks, that says I’m an ok human being. 

This has to be the final lockdown (there goes that song again) otherwise next time people will simply say “nah, I’m just gonna do my thing thanks”. I’d rather we stayed like this until May or June if it meant that we could see the back of this thing for good. Of course I know it will be with us every year now, but we need to be in control of it, not the other way around.

Let’s hope, as I really do, that we can see light at the end of the tunnel now. I want to get on with running my business and being in control of my future like I was before, and like we all do. I want to see guests arriving like they used to. I want to see my daughter and my friends. I want to go to the pub with them. I’d like to use my passport and some Euros again, but thatll have to wait a while yet

Have a lovely Tuesday and stay safe x

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Great post! 🙌🏼

Have to say I wouldn't want his job for all the money in the world!! I think he's done ok to be fair, there isn't a single country that have got it right because we have never before dealt with anything like this worldwide before. Also, even though he is pm, he has 2 houses to answer to. Its like having 50 wives yelling do this or do that..can't knock him for trying as he's had the right ideas... But I wish it would go back to a more normal way of life and hope that this is the last lockdown..

Beautifully written. I could say more, but I'll only get annoyed and you've already said it all perfectly.

I Don’t think things. should be opened to soon, but to be fair he is getting pestered by everyone, that doesn’t mean I like him, I think his a Idiot, but he doesn’t have a crystal ball, so doesn’t know what’s round the corner. Be glad when everything is back to normal though

Spot on as always .

When we had to cancel our stay in june last year we moved the booking a year foward to june of this year never in my wildest dreams did I think that there may be a possibility that we still may not get to come and stay.iam keeping my fingers and toes crossed that we come out of lockdown safely..well written ..STAY SAFE.👍

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I totally get what you’re saying. Almost a year since I hugged my family (which for a big hugger has been hard!) I’m missing my hairdresser terribly (I’m not the least bit vain but do like a tidy head of hair). On the flip side, I work for the nhs. It’s upsetting losing patients, seeing patients still suffering long after contracting the virus so I’d forego hugs with family for as long as it takes and grow my locks in a heartbeat if it means keeping more people safe.

I wouldn't want his job at all, hes dealing with something no one has dealt with before, sadly hes dammed if he do and dammed if he dont, I think he should easy us out of lockdown open the pubs with restrictions like before Christmas, ban flights into the uk, i cannot believe that people want to travel abroad this year to seek the sun, have a staycation there are so many beautiful parts of the uk to explore. But sadly some people are greedy give them an inch and they want a mile ,whatever the saying is. I for one will remain careful, i dont fancy travelling abroad, i will still try to keep a distance from people.i want to see family and friends,i want to be able to hug my grandchildren again, but I think selfish people will put us back into lockdown in a few months time . Time will tell

Great words, but I’m more worried about this comming weekend, when if as predicted, temperatures are suppose to climb to 17 degrees! People may not of enjoyed the snow as much, but at least it kept them in. Hate to think of the crowds that are going to be out and about for the weekend! 😭

Back in October when furlough was extended until March, this winter was already planned. Call me a sceptic, but I have no doubt that way back when, the discussions of Easter were already the plan...

I want my life back. I want to sing in large choral concerts again. I want to see my friends & family . I want hugs. I want this pandemic over. I want to go back to the Barns for a holiday. I want a sensible government ruling this country. All of these things - except probably the last - are possible if we obey social distancing & hygiene rules but we MUST NOT undo all the good results by opening up too soon - we need this pandemic under control & that is some way off. Stay safe everyone xx

Fabulous words. As a business owner myself (that’s shut!) I totally agree. And 🤦🏼‍♂️ is all I have for that pointless November closure!

As a small business owner myself I totally agree with everything you have said. It’s so important to get this right & I fear our leader won’t 😔

So you could do better ? Not saying a agree eith everything that has been done. But I don't expect anyone would know what to do in this situation I would not want his job, nobody has every delt with or has experienced anything like this

Wise words......

Maybe that's why his girlfriend got pregnant, he was in a hurry and ............well you know the rest. (Sorry didn't intend to be rude it just happened) seems Boris is in a hurry to do lots of things. Too soon Boris should be his nickname. If I don't joke, I scream in desperation, you wouldn't want to see that,not a pretty sight. It seems I cannot control my mouth and fingers, come on Boris get it right for goodness sake! 😏

Is it people with short memories that want to travel before being safe or is it the commercial companies that make money from the.travel ?

Well written and in agreement with you. Although I'm desperate to see family and friends and get back to as near as normal life as possible, I'd rather get rid of this thing first, or as near as possible. Like Carmen, I do feel sorry for Boris but he has made some colossal blunders. However, none of us have dealt with anything like this before in our lifetime so who knew what was right? The one big blunder was to allow international travel. Also, as you rightly point out, we have some selfish gits around who do what they like. Yes let's hope this IS the final lockdown. Blast, got an earworm with the Final Countdown song now!! 🤣🤣 Hope you can reopen soon too. Love the sound of what you do. 🌈🌈🌈

‘Nah, I’m just gonna do my thing thanks’ has happened in the last two lockdowns... The amount of essential journeys that are happening compared to the first lockdown is frightening, you would think all the schools are open and fully populated when you look at the traffic. It is an unusual situation, and Boris (a highly qualified buffoon) could have looked as competent as most other leaders (not very), however he surrounded himself with the incompetent with no backbone to challenge him, that is why we are where we are... IMHO that is

But before hospitality and other businesses are allowed to open, and I totally appreciate people need to earn a living, I like thousands of others want to meet family members near and far. I would like to hold my first grandchild while she is still “a babe in arms” . I would like my son and daughter-in-law to,have the support of family as they set out on their path as a family. It is hard when a neighbour is the one who they have had to bubble with to help them. So for me it should be family first.

Could not agree more!

Do you have any availability this weekend? 🤪

Spot on 😕

Amen to that, I absolutely agree, Carl. I couldn't have put it better myself. I am so fearful that he will get it wrong again because he wants to appease his peers whilst his scientific advisors are rocking back and forth in a corner somewhere, muttering expletives. Of course, it is up to all of us individually to keep ourselves safe and protect others. But you're right, there are far too many selfish people out there. We all just want this to be the last year of the pandemic, so let's hang on in there eh? Well done to you for sticking to your guns and not taking bookings, I applaud you. And as soon as this is all over we intend to come to stay for our first time. Take care x

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That's a hot tub with my name on it...

If only you were open! It’s my 50th next month I really need to be in there!! 🙄😫

Looks amazing 🍹🥂🎂

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That’s all for now folks. As you can tell, we are very excited about this new chapter in Woodfarm History.

Do have a good look around this part of our site and keep your eyes peeled as we add updates. We’ll be posting renovation news as it happens.

Don’t forget to register on our VIP Tuscany list so you can be the first to hear when we’re ready to take bookings. Hopefully that’ll be Spring 2020!