On arrival, you will have a delicious welcome basket of homemade chocolate cake, fresh farm eggs, milk and local tea and coffee to get you started.
During your stay, to re-energize and revitalize your soul, you can take part in one of our weekly yoga classes either in the meadow or in our yoga Tsala. Throughout the year we run specialist yoga day retreats where you can immerse yourself in a few days of yoga, relaxation, and meditation. Click here for course details and dates.
We are hosting some specially arranged weekends where you can join us for some fresh air and fitness. In conjunction with Real Fitness Alnwick, we offer the perfect location for a life-changing experience. With interval training and circuits to start your day, along with hikes and bike rides, you will feel the benefit of our Fitness in the Wild weekends. There are daily mobilisation and relaxation sessions, and massage and holistic therapies are also offered to enhance your wild fitness experience. Call or email us for course details and dates.
We are only three miles to Druridge Bay which offers fantastic wild swimming opportunities, most mornings in the summer we head down to the beach ourselves and go for a swim. It is a great way to start the day!
We have created our very own events space on the farm. You are welcome to join in our weekly yoga classes on a Thursday evening or one of our regular day retreats where you have a full day of relaxation and yoga.
The Barn is also available for hire if you take all the huts and cabins with a a group of family or friends to celebrate a big birthday or even a small wedding. Please contact us to discuss your requirments.
While it is still a working farm, there are plenty of walks you can go on. We have created a wildflower meadow in the field below the huts, please feel free to wander through it watching out for butterflies and bees which love the flowers. In the last ten years we have planted over 4,000 trees, and on the farm there is a lovely walk around a wood to a pond by a stream which is surrounded by ancient oak woodland. You will find a picnic table to sit and enjoy the sound of the birds and other wildlife. If you are lucky you will see some of our resident roe deer. It’s best to keep dogs on a lead on the farm.