A Warm Mendip Welcome to
A traditional livestock farm on top of the wild and beautiful Mendip Hills specialising in farm and craft therapies, and offering a unique eco-venue for weddings and celebrations, events, festivals, meetings and workshops - even brave enough to host Stag & Hen parties ;-)
We welcome all pre-arranged visitors on every mode of transport down our bumpy old drive.
For anyone who has made previous enquiries, please note Claire is away at the moment so please contact us on 07712 616797.
Events coming up @fernhillfarm - Click here for current listing.
Education and Farm Therapies @fernhillfarm - Our partners;
Residential activity breaks for young people
including those with emotional and
Click here to find out more.
Providing workshops, courses and hands-on
learning experiences for children, adults and
community groups, including those with learning
difficulties and special educational needs.
Click here to downloaf pdf with more information
Come and enjoy the Fernhill Farm experience.
A truly arcadian place to stay......
We breed our own pedigree Saddleback Pigs, Aberdeen Angus Beef Cattle, Shetland and Texel Sheep, and Indian Game Chickens ~ producing meat for farm shops, guests, and for creating meals served on the farm with Zero food miles.
Our Eco-Camping Barns are fashionably rustic and unique - converted from old cow sheds in 2008 and today providing 32 beds with conference facilities, fully equipped kitchen and dining rooms, plenty of parking space and outside seating areas under big skies.
Our team also offer wool and willow workshops, sheep shearing courses, team challenges, and educational Eco-Farm tours giving information on the farms history, future farming practices and management of resources
“Fernhill is a family run, kind & caring working farm ~ we demonstrate that it can be done, learning new skills while ‘doing’ ~ a relaxing, fun & alternative experience”.
“Flexible and friendly ~ come to meet and eat from this green and rural land ~ explore nature with your soul and experience the heart of Mendip”