We have 106 acres of English countryside that you can explore to your hearts content. Our land is bordered by the Car Dyke which is a Roman built waterway which runs for over eighty miles and was used during the reign of Hadrian to transport goods across the country.
We have another smaller waterway which cuts across the centre of our land, meaning that we have numerous bridges and we also have a large manmade pond which all attract local wildlife. One of our fields is home to the family Oak Tree, we also have 3 apple trees and all the blackberries and elderberries you can pick when they are in season. There are also Monk Jack deer living native to the area and if you are feeling lucky and awake early enough, they can be seen skipping over the hedges at around sunrise.
Bird watchers may be lucky enough to see the family of Buzzards, the Kestrels or the village Barn Owl hunting in the long grass from upon high. We also have many Hares and Rabbits playing in the meadow and of course enough Partridges and Pheasants to shake a stick at.