News from the Farm

News from the Farm

News from the Farm

News from the Farm

News from the Farm

The Farm

On the farm we grow Winter Wheat, Spring Barley and Oil Seed Rape. The landscape is always changing as the crops grow, develop and then are harvested. There are grass strips around all the fields and woodland in the middle. This makes a lovely walk, so make sure you bring some suitable shoes, or better still, boots. This grass strip is habitat to many birds, wildlife and plants.

We offer DIY Livery for horses, where horse owners from the locality stable and graze their horse with us. They enjoy the facilities we have and we enjoy being surrounded by a variety of lovely horses and ponies.

The grass strip around the fields provides 4.5 miles of off road riding. There are approximately 50 jumps of various heights, together with a water complex. This Course can be hired out for £20 per horse, but is also a facility the DIY Livery can enjoy, together with the Outdoor and Indoor Arenas.

News from the Farm

Walking from the farmhouse

Walking from the farmhouse

A winter walk, in winter sun, through woodland is something I never cease to love, neither do our two chocolate labradors 'Maple' and Millie'.  There is always something fresh to see, the landscape is ever changing.  Whilst staying at our farmhouse b&b, why not...

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The Simple Snowdrop

The Simple Snowdrop

The simple, delicate snowdrop is a very beautiful flower,  particularly en-mass.  February at Kingston Lacey, a nearby National Trust property boasts 4o varieties and it is an absolute delight to walk through the extensive tranquil garden. The carpets of brilliant...

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So much to enjoy whilst staying at our Farmhouse B&B

So much to enjoy whilst staying at our Farmhouse B&B

Whilst you stay with us at our  farmhouse B&B, there is so much you can do and see. Hengistbury Head is one of those places.  It is a headland jutting into the English Channel between Bournemouth and Mudeford and very near the town of Christchurch.  It is a great...

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