We think that Eastbrook Farm is a place of fun, and wonder, and hopefully inspiration. And great landscapes, interesting animals, beautiful views, some stunning wildlife. From woodlands to ponds to pigs, it’s yours to enjoy, so why not ask for one of our simple farm tours. On foot, or by Land Rover.
It never fails to delight us how curious and playful the piglets are. Watch Tim getting more than he bargained for on Saturday’s farm tour!
We don’t do them every day, but we try to fit you in if you ask, with a date in mind. It depends on our availability — mostly Helen Browning, Tim Finney or Clive Hill our livestock manager, but occasionally Valerio also pretends he knows something about it.
Call us in the Farm Office to arrange and ask for Tim or Carolyn – 01793 790460
On foot, you need to be agile enough to open gates and occasionally climb over them; wear sensible shoes, and clothes, at the right time of year; and be prepared for a minimum one hour. Longer, if Helen takes you on a pre-breakfast trek.
Land Rover, agility needed to get in and out; but once in, the mini safari starts. We usually visit the pigs first. They set the tone for the place. We’ll show you the ProHides wildlife photo hides, the dairy cows and calves, any beef or sheep that wander across our path. At the right time of year, our wildflower valley, festooned with orchids and other exotica, is a walk unto itself, and needs no guide.
Come and enjoy us.
• From 7th May we are opening at 5pm again. Last food order at 8.45pm.
• Burger Buddies!! 2 burgers for £20 and ½ price onion rings between the hour of 5 and 6pm (last food order at 5.45pm) tables must be vacated by 6.30pm.
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