1. What equipment do you have for Babies and Toddlers on holiday at Pollaughan Farm
Large equipment – We have enough for one per cottage but depending on bookings can often give you more. Make sure you let us know when booking if you require more than one and we can confirm what is available. Our wooden cots are replaced regularly so are in good condition. We can provide cot sheets and blankets.
Toddler Bed Guard
Stair gate for cottages with stairs
Three Wheeler Pushchairs for the beach/coast path
Feeding and Bathing equipment
Whizzer/Blender for pureeing baby food
Plastic Cutlery, Bowls and Beakers
Steam Steriliser available
Baby baths for tiny babies and changing mats etc.
Potties and Toddler Toilet Seats
jumperoo and bouncy chair
We have a selection of pedal and push cars and mini trampolines for the garden. We can provide a few pre-school toddler toys like Duplo bricks as well as baby toys selection and a selection of age appropriate books.
2. Is there a charge for baby equipment?
No, we don’t charge for the equipment as long as it is returned to us at the end of the week cleaned and with no breakages. The ride on toys are there for your children to enjoy but please respect them. We will only supply them to children suitable by age/size and will remove them if we feel they are being used by children too big for their safe use.
3. How does the animal feeding work?
Subject to our being here and available (which is most days) we meet by the animal barn and any children can come with us to feed the ducks and chickens, collect eggs etc. It takes around 20 minutes and most children love this part of the day and provided they are able to carry a bucket and happy and confident they can come on their own, otherwise please join in with them.
4. Are the Gardens enclosed?
All the cottage gardens are directly accessed from the living areas or in the case of the Farmhouse the front door of the cottage you stay in, fenced with a gate, and all have a grass garden and patio. The children are of course welcome to enjoy the wider space of the fields and trampoline area as well as popping to chat to the animals…