New longer tours take you further into the farm. You'll see our milking herd, the newborn babies in spring, guardian dogs and British White cattle, not to mention the bees and the peacocks. Bring your walking shoes and your mask. Small groups of just ten or fewer. Enjoy a special discount on your farm shop purchase, too.
Do we need to book a tour to visit the farm?
No, pop in any day between 11am and 4pm to say hello to the goats and donkeys over the fence.
Is the farm shop open?
Our farm shop is open for browsing or pick up orders.
Do we have to pay full price for our toddler?
We think wandering around the farm by yourselves is more fun for little ones. We have information boards dotted around the farm and a pen with goats (sometimes puppies, or Iz the pig) that are easy to see and touch over the fence. Rosie, our donkey, loves a back scratch, and there are barn kitties around too. Farm tours involve a walk of just over a mile with plenty of talking, and tickets are $55/individual.
Do you have family tours?
Very young children would like our springtime Family Tours. Ask us if you would like to book a private family tour
Your tours are sold out but can we join one?
Sorry. We are keeping tour numbers low for safety.
Are tours suitable for people with limited mobility?
We would be delighted to make special arrangements for you in advance so that you can see as much of the farm as possible. Send us a message before you visit. The tour involves soft uneven ground and may not be easy for all. We do not offer tractor rides.
Can we bring our dog?
Your dog is welcome in the pond area on a leash. Do not bring your dog inside the farm gate or near the goats. Our Anatolian shepherds are trained to react to potential threats to the goats. Please pick up after your dog.
Can we picnic on the farm?
We do have picnic tables around the pond for you; we greatly appreciate your support of the farm in purchasing tours and food from our farm shop.
Can we book a tour just for us?
We would love to arrange a private tour for you.