Week long stays can be booked online from Friday - Friday. Short breaks can be booked from Friday - Monday or Monday - Friday outside of school holiday periods. If no price is given or you require more specific dates please email or give us a call.
The farm is a working farm growing garlic and asparagus. The Garlic Farm Shop located in the farm yard sells all our unique garlic products, plus a range of Island products. We have also recently opened a restaurant open for lunch every day serving a selection of delicious freshly prepared meals by the experienced Island chef, Charlie. The restaurant has already received much acclaim for the quality of its meals. We also serve delicious breakfasts from 8-9.30am.
Around the farm there are plenty of open spaces ideal for children to play and a hard tennis court is available to our visitors on request.
We would like to introduce you to our farm pets. We have a number of clucking hens who are always keen for feeding and sometimes lay us a few eggs. It is likely you will be given a warm welcome from Arthur the peacock and Billy the guinea fowl- a rather confused couple- the peahens don’t get a look in! There are also our resident highland cattle who you’ll usually find in the field opposite the farm minding their own business in a ‘don’t-mess-with-us-and-we-won’t mess-with-you’ kind of way.
The farm lies at the hub of the 147 miles of bridle, cycling and footpaths for which the Island is famous.
A ten minute walk from the farm onto the Downs will reward you with some of the most exhilarating views of the Island, over the Solent to England and far across the Channel.
Other sports available locally are fishing, sailing, cycling, windsurfing, surfing and riding. We are happy to provide advice and information, and help arrange any of these activities on request.