The farm is situated 10 minutes drive midway between the medieval hill town of Rye & historic Tenterden ‘Jewel of the Weald,’. There are many antique shops, art galleries, museums, restaurants and country pubs. Some of the best beaches in the area are only 15 minutes away by car.

Romney Marsh

Special and unique landscape famed for its wide unspoilt vistas, sheep and churches. Popular with cyclists and photographers.


Location for the BBC’s ‘Mapp & Lucia’ the perfect spot to get a Sussex cream tea or just wander amongst the picturesque cobbled streets.

RHDR Miniature Railway Hythe

Miniature steam railway with open carriages, journey along the coast from Hythe to Dungeness. Bracing sea air and a cafe at the terminus!

Bedgebury Pinetum

Fabulous forest trails Walking, Birding, Cycling, Go Ape, Archery, Picnics and more.

14th Century Bodiam Castle

Spiral staircases, battlements and a portcullis – one of Britain’s most picturesque and romantic castles.

Camber Sands

Fabulous safe sandy beach, great for young children. It’s only a 15 min drive from the farm!

Dungeness Lighthouse

Stark, surreal shingle landscape projecting into the sea, with wild flowers & skylarks in spring. Climb the lighthouse if you dare!

Great Dixter House & Gardens

The former family home of Christopher Lloyd, quite simply its a place of pilgrimage for gardeners from across the world. An absolute gem, the archetypal English garden.

Hastings Old Town and Stade

Exploring the antique shops, fish and chips, seaside architecture and the fishing boats on the Old Stade, a photographers paradise.

White Cliffs of Dover

Talk a stroll over this iconic landscape and symbol of Great Britain. Fabulous views across the Channel to France and a cup of tea at the South Foreland Lighthouse.

Rare Breeds Centre, Woodchurch

One of our favourites, brilliant fun for all the family. Restaurant, petting animals, bird of prey demo, pig racing, garden and more!

Sissinghurst Gardens

National Trust Garden of world renowned status, with bulbs and wild flower meadows in spring to roses and dahlias with the tower to climb.

From Ashford Rail station you can sightsee in London in 38 mins on the fast link or bring your passport to take the Channel Tunnel to Paris or the day ferry to Calais.