Silsdown

Silsdown is our double room situated on the first floor.

Silsdown is our double room situated on the first floor.

Each unique room is named and themed after a field on our farm here at Eastbrook, a perfect place to unwind in the beautiful Wiltshire countryside.

“Silsdown is high above the Eastbrook Valley, and has the best views of the lower end of the farm and the countryside way beyond. It’s a steep climb, but you feel as though you are on top of the world, with buzzards and Red Kites swooping close by.”

All our rooms are equipped with cosy duvets, comfortable beds, bedside tables and wardrobes. Each room has its own en-suite shower room with sparkling new white suites. Fluffy towels, luxury crisp cotton linen, flat screen TV’s, hairdryers and coffee making facilities. A hearty breakfast to set you up for your day, whatever it holds, and high speed wifi to keep you connected.

Relax, play or share a few drinks in ‘The Wallow’, our comfortable shared space with tri-fold doors opening out onto the courtyard. Sofas and chairs, books, magazines and games, record player, teas and coffee.

Farm Safaris for livestock, landscapes and wildlife at Eastbrook Farm

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

Tackling the virus crisis ...

We have set up a farm shop at the Royal Oak in Bishopstone for groceries, organic meat and freshly prepared meals to take-away during the current restrictions on in-house dining. Please see our social media for updates and a full list of available produce. 

A lot of love out there for Corned Beef (without a key)

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!

Clive Hill's Eastbrook Inbetweeners

Clive gives us a twitchers update on all the comings and going on the farm.

"The rookeries in the ash trees around the farm have been active since late February/early March and the early-nesting rooks will now be sitting on eggs. For most of the other birds the lengthening days and increased hours of sunlight are the trigger to pair up and start breeding ...

4 weeks ago
Eastbrook Inbetweeners ... farm update from Clive and the flurry of activity here - a twitchers take on farmlife.

https://t.co/VXq0PVPCyj

Helen Browning's Organic
Helen Browning's Organic3 days ago
Come and walk the farm with Helen - we miss you all and thought you might like a tour.
Helen Browning's Organic

7 days ago