Wild flowers, fields of barley and breath taking sunsets surround you…

Lodge Farm has been in the Winter family since it was bought by Keith’s father Gerald in the early 1960s.  The 600-acre arable farm is now run by Keith and Bridget who are the third generation of the family to keep the farming tradition alive.   Our main crops are wheat, barley, sugar beet and oil seed rape.  The fields and views change with the seasons, and you may see our tractors working in the fields, or be lucky enough to watch the combine during harvest. We’re proud to be in the Higher Level of the Environmental Stewardship Scheme which encourages native plants and improves habitats for wildlife, birds and insects. So when you stay at Lodge Farm you’ll enjoy wild flowers, birds and other wildlife in abundance.

Depending on the time of year you’ll hear the skylarks singing and see the swallows ducking and diving around your cottage. And if you want to explore the farm further there are tracks and paths to wind your way along. Perhaps you’ll meet a sparrow hawk or catch a glimpse of the rabbits making a dash for their burrows?

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