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Most children have not had the opportunity to stay on a farm. Here at Home Farm, mornings generally start with a snack, followed by chores including cleaning out the animals, collecting eggs or gardening. The children arrive back for breakfast, content that they have already accomplished something useful, and happy to enjoy a home cooked breakfast using produce from the farm and garden.
The dining area, kitchen and conservatory lie at the heart of the building. Two corridors lead from this hub, each with four group rooms and two twin rooms. Group rooms comprise two sets of bunk beds, with the opportunity to add additional beds. Each wing has shared toilets and showers, and a private, wheelchair accessible toilet/shower.
|Heathland Wing||Room Type||Woodland Wing|
|Sundew||Single Staff Room||Hazel|
|Orchid||Single Staff Room||Birch|
|Gorse||4/5 Bedded Pupil Room||Holly|
|Bracken||4/5 Bedded Pupil Room||Ash|
|Heather||4/5 Bedded Pupil Room||Oak|
|Moss||4/5 Bedded Pupil Room||Beech|
Things to do
There is an adventure play area within sight of the accommodation, and the conservatory opens directly onto a large contained grassy garden, perfect for football or badminton games on warm evenings. Campfire evenings can be arranged in the field kitchen or orchard, depending on the weather and the time of year, It is also possible for local experts to come and talk to your group about falconry or deer.
Our Treehouse classrooms are a short walk away in ancient private woodland and we do most of our bushcraft and team building activities there. Groups can also enjoy a beautiful walk by the river on the way back from visiting Bucklers’ Hard. Beaulieu Village and the National Motor Museum, Palace House and the ruins of a Cistercian monastery are on our doorstep.