This is amazing walking country. You can go for miles, on and off the farm.
If you are staying with us, we will make sure you have maps and details of some of our favourite hikes, whether a gentle stroll around the village, pond and church, or wilder roams across the hills.
We have maps for walking routes from 1/2 mile ambles to 8 mile scenic loops. Download a pdf
Especially popular is our Marrall Woodland, close to the village, where you can let your dogs and children run free in safety.
Just half a mile South of the village The Ridgeway National Trail intersects the farm, and from there the world’s your oyster; White Horse Hill, Russley Park and Wayland Smithy are within reach on foot.
I usually have a good walk before a late breakfast at the weekends, so if you are keen to join me, just let the staff know.
Although the weather has felt pretty miserable over the last few weeks it’s been absolutely perfect for mushrooms – there’s been an explosion in the local area and James, our photographer from ProHides, has been out in the rain capturing images. We don’t want you to miss out though so if you’ve got a camera, big or small, why not join him on Sunday 3rd of November for a photowalk to see some of these wonders for yourself.
We’re now combining everything—the pigs, the cows and calves, the landscapes, the wildlife—deer, owls, badgers, flora and fauna generally, although not all of it appears on cue. Our colleague James Andrews, expert at wildlife photography among other skills, will lead the ‘Safari’ tours, in the red land rover
Delighted that our organic Corned Beef is being applauded across the land. 5* reviews with Abel and Cole and a Silver award at British Charcuterie Live!