Ross and Emily moved to Laurel Farm in April 2003. Laurel Farm used to be a working farm, scrap mongers and during the 1990's...More information +
Ross and Emily moved to Laurel Farm in April 2003. Laurel Farm used to be a working farm, scrap mongers and during the 1990's was a Buddhist Monastery. Ross and Emily have converted the outbuildings and land to provide a Community Education Centre and have developed the smallholding.
Laurel Farm is used for a wide variety of purposes: a Care Farm working with young people at risk, a Steiner Kindergarten, an eco holiday cottage, community activities, team development, retreats, seminars and workshops.
The 6 acre smallholding offers newly planted woodland,
wildlife ponds, a spring with plunge pool and beautiful views
of the Cam Valley. We have a growing number of livestock
with chickens, ducks, pigs, sheep and bees.
Left on May 10, 2015 for a stay in April 2015
If you are a dog owner this is a good place for you to come and relax as you won't have to worry about your pooch making a mess, as it was all rather shabby and very grubby.
The first thing we saw on our arrival was an overflowing ashtray left on the garden table, things can be overlooked so we stayed positive. However, the standard of cleanliness did not improve the living room floor was …