Dating back to well over 700 years and Grade II listed this building, sympathetically restored using traditional skills, with original features such as open fireplaces with carved beams, panelled rooms, wide oak floorboards and of course the exposed huge oak crucks and purlins. The detached kitchen is the hub of the house with its 4 oven Aga and cosy sofas
The adjacent tithe barn has been sympathetically restored reinstating missing elements including beams, stone plinths, cobbled areas and woven oak panels.
In the gardens are natural structures made from trees and plants, artistic structures are formed by weaving branches and new growth, a fully stocked vegetable and fruit patch and small orchard with over 14 various fruit trees.
Surrounded by more than thirty acres of beautiful and peaceful meadows and woods, with small stone bridges crossing the brooks which enter and exit the medieval fishing pools and large ponds.
On the farm we rear Traditional Hereford Cattle, the original population and a few hybrid chickens for their colourful eggs of all shapes and sizes.
In the woods you will find our Treehouses, in an idyllic position, each overlooking a large pond each with a waterfall. Peaceful, tranquil setting but with all the Link to Treeopia