We have several options available for you to experience the farm. Here is a quick overview of each one:
Day Visit: Visit when we are open, bring a picnic, buy some of our products to eat onsite or take home and enjoy a guided tour of the farm with one of our team to learn about what we do and meet the animals. Find out more...
Attend an Event: Book a place at one of our scheduled events. Come as a group of friends or with your family, buy food or preorder meat for the BBQ and join in the activities for young and old alike. Read about the Events scheduled for this year to find one you'd like to attend.
Personal Experience: Book one of our unique experiences, scheduled exclusively for you and your group. Find out more about the farm, the animals, the products we make and how we live. Read about the experiences we offer to select one that sparks your interest.
Private Booking: Book the farm for your family or friends. Celebrate a birthday, create a kids day out or a day of freedom for a group of friends. We offer the opportunity to work with us to create a unique and memorable day tailored to your needs. Find out more about the potential options available..
Make a holiday of it: If you aren't local and want to make a long weekend or a holiday of your visit find out about local accommodation options and other local attractions and sites to see nearby.
The farm facilities are currently being enhanced and expanded. We currently have a number of facilities available including:
Potable water point
Outside seating areas
Playground area (with climbing frame, slide, swings and sandpit)
Outdoor chemical toilets
For people visiting with babies, we can also provide access to heat food, water and to change nappies.
Food & Drink Available
PICNIC/BBQ: Within the entry price you are also welcome to use our Picnic and BBQ facilities. Charcoal is provided as are BBQ tools.
PLEASE NOTE: Use of Plastic plates, cups and cutlery is discouraged on the farm. Environmentally friendly alternatives are available upon request
LUNCH: Once our farm shop is open, we will also have food for sale. There will be a selection of our own cured meats, salads and bread available for antipasto. We will also have a selection of fresh meat from our own farm available to purchase and cook yourself on our BBQs range.
DINNER: Once our restauraunt is operational, we will offer the opportunity to dine with table service either inside or outside.
Parking: There is ample parking at the farm. The entrance road is unsurfaced currently while we wait for the local council to tarmac it. Care needs to be taken when visiting in vehicles that have low ground clearance.
Accessibility: We are currently building a toilet block that will include disabled facilities. Less able visitors can be dropped off closer to the visitor areas of the farm however there are areas of the farm and the tour that may not be suitable for less abled visitors. Visitors in wheelchairs will not be able to complete the full tour due to the terrain. However, wheelchair users can access many of the animals on the farm, while visiting, as long as the wheelchair is suitable for use outdoors on grass and gravel.
What to wear: The farm is a predominantly outdoor experience. Clothing should be appropriate to the season and weather but at all times of year we recommend suitable outdoor, closed-toe footwear. Flip-flops, high-heeled shoes and sandals are not recommended. In the summer the farm can be cooler in the evening and we recommend bringing a sweater or jacket in case there is a cooler breeze. Umbrellas for shade on hot days are beneficial.
Directions: In order to find us please use Google or Apple Maps. You can also find our own directions on this link: Directions.
Frequently Asked Questions: For Answers to other Questions please see our FAQ section.
Terms & Conditions: Follow this link to read our T&Cs.