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

Getting Ready……

Getting Ready……

Getting ready to re-open the B&B ......  in less than 3 weeks, will be welcoming guests back to the farmhouse.  We are excited about this, having been closed for so long.   We decided to paint the outside of the house whilst we were closed.  Bill Gent and his team...

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A rainbow at the end of 2nd Lockdown!

A rainbow at the end of 2nd Lockdown!

  Rainbows are fantastic!   No sooner had I taken this photo early one morning from the kitchen window and it had disappeared.  That is the nature of rainbows.  Re-opening the B&B again on 3rd December, hopefully, will be like another rainbow appearing on the...

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Keyneston Mill – A nearby attraction

Keyneston Mill – A nearby attraction

  Whilst staying with us at our farmhouse B&B, you may like to visit Keyneston Mill, located just 3.5 miles away.   Here, you will discover the creative and experimental home of Parterre Fragrances.   This is the largest private botanic gardens in the country...

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