Our farm is home to a variety of traditional farm animals and wildlife and you are welcome to explore it. The copse is home to Roe Deer and the River Tale a haven for Heron, Egret, Kingfisher, amongst others.
We run the Tuck Mill herd of Ruby Red Devon Cattle, a flock of Lleyn ewes and we shouldn’t forget Gertie the sow, who lives up in the pig paddock with her partner Gary. We take pride in our livestock having happy, healthy lives. More information about the farm animals can be found here.
The changing seasons bring new experiences: February and March see a flurry of activity in the lambing shed, June sees haymaking, October time sees apple picking in our young orchard and November sees the bringing in of the livestock for the winter months.
We are happy for our guests to be as involved as they want to be in our activities, so just let us know if you’d like to collect your own eggs for breakfast or busy yourself in the lambing shed!
In order for you to navigate around the farm, we have a detailed map which can be accessed here.
What else you'll find...
Tucked away in the heart of the Copse, the Fire Pit will provide warmth and peace, with enough room for everyone. Don't forget to bring marshmallows!
Those seeking thrills might want to plan a day trip to a local theme park, but we do have a swing set and Gerald the tractor here on site.
Follow the footsteps on the map for a small walk around the farm, which will take you through the copse and fields before coming back through the cricket pitch.
The trees on the riverbank provide enough cover to make for a perfect picnic spot. Those brave enough can take a dip in the river too!
Kids and adults alike can enjoy the games room, whether it be playing table tennis or (mini!) snooker, situated in the corner of the courtyard.