Situated, on the edge of the Cotswolds, there are a wealth of activities and attractions to keep you occupied.
Food shops nearby:
The nearby village of Beckford has a very good village shop. There is also a shop in the village of Alderton. A small Spar at Toddington and supermarkets in nearby Tewkesbury and Bishops Cleeve.
Pubs & Eating out:
We have a wonderful range of pubs and restaurants within a few miles of the farm:
The Gardeners Arms, Alderton (1 mile) - A thatched Tudor pub with snug bars and informal restaurant. Wide choice of food (inc take-away fish and chips) and good Sunday roast, good service. Dogs and children welcome, tables on sheltered terrace, good-sized well kept garden with boules
The Beckford Arms, Beckford (1 mile) - Restaurant using the fresh local produce and doing seasonal specialities from the earliest, Evesham Asparagus to great steaks from local Hereford Beef.
Serving breakfast, lunch, Cream Tea or gourmet meals with fine wines and real ales.
The Hobnails, Little Washbourne (2.3 miles) - Attractive traditional front with log fire, comfortable and extensive eating areas, wide choice of food including a popular good value carvery, friendly prompt service.
The Yew Tree, Conderton (3 Miles)- Small cosy pub in the picturesque village of Conderton. It has many themed nights including English food night, live music nights etc. Good stop off for walkers. Toff Milway’s pottery is about 200 meters.
The Royal Oak, Gretton (3.5 miles)- Popular lived-in country pub with fine views from flower-filled terrace, big garden with play area. Children and dogs welcome, GWR steam railway runs past, good nearby walks, open all day summer weekends.
Wesley House, Winchcombe (6 Miles)–The restaurant and bar combine Wesley House's trademark attention to detail and superior levels of service with contemporary surroundings and a buzzing atmosphere. Excellent selection of wine from their amazing cellar.
No 5, North Street, Winchcombe (6 Miles) – Michelin Stared family run restaurant in the small Cotswold town of Winchcombe. The cooking at North Street brings together the elements of traditional British cooking with the more sophisticated ingredients and techniques of classic French cuisine. Only 28 covers so booking essential.
Things to do and places to visit:
GWR Steam Railway, Toddington (5 Miles) – The Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway is a volunteer-run heritage railway which runs along the Gloucestershire/Worcestershire border. The GWR has reopened 12 miles of line, operating Steam and Diesel trains between Cheltenham Racecourse and Laverton Halt.
Sudley Castle, Winchombe (6.5 Miles) – Located at Winchcombe, the history of Sudeley Castle and its award-winning gardens spans over a thousand years and contains many varied tales of royal associations, wars and periods of neglect and subsequent restoration. www.sudeleycastle.co.uk/
Tewkesbury Abbey (7 Miles) – The Abbey Church of St Mary the Virgin, Tewkesbury, , is the second largest parish church in the country and a former Benedictine monastery. www.tewkesburyabbey.org.uk/
Cotswold Farm Park (10 Miles) - The perfect family day out interacting with our unrivalled collection of domestic rare breeds, or the chance to learn more about farming and conservation - Adam Henson's Cotswold Farm Park. www.cotswoldfarmpark.co.uk/
Snowshill Manor (National Trust) (14.5 miles) A Cotswold manor set in hillside gardens; a fanciful world filled with unlikely treasures. http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/snowshill-manor/
Wincombe Pottery (6 Miles) - Established in 1926 on the site of a pottery dating back to the early 1800's makes it one of the longest running craft potteries in the country making some of the finest and most practical domestic pottery in the world. http://www.dg-net.co.uk/wp/Pottery.aspx
Prescott Hill Climb (4 miles) A traditional hill climb that hosts various events in the summer months for classic and modern cars.
Visit the Cotswold towns of Winchombe (6 Miles), Broadway (10 miles) or Stow on the Wold (15 miles)