Haye Farm, Bewdley
Located in the tranquil rolling Worcestershire countryside Haye Farm, Bewdley with its grade II listed farmhouse feels a million miles away from the bustle of everyday life. A place to unwind and escape the modern hectic lifestyle. The farm remains a traditional working family farm; its diversified activities have been key to its survival. Two fishing pools and a caravan site have been operated for over twenty years; to compliment this a barn has been converted to provide holiday accommodation. “THE SLEEPING BARN” The barn opened in 2009 and provides stylish comfortable accommodation on a budget. Accommodation comprises private rooms and a dormitory with well-equipped communal kitchen, dinning and lounge areas. Covered decking, a patio, BBQ and lawn allow ample space to enjoy the peace and quiet of the rural location The two coarse fishing pools are open to the general public on a daily basis; they have a capacity for over fifty fishermen. Day tickets are available on the bank and pools can be booked for club competitions Our small Certificated Location Caravan Site is licensed through the Caravan Club. The site is set amidst the farm in a natural field setting. It offers peace and quiet within the surrounding rolling countryside.
Haye farm itself comprises 50 acres, made up of hay meadow, orchards and ancient pasture. Rare breed Dexter cattle and Wiltshire Horn sheep graze the orchards and flower rich meadows. The land is in a Higher Level Stewardship Scheme agreement and so is managed to enhance its wildlife value. Educational access is also funded through the scheme allowing free visits for schools and other local interest groups The environment is very important to the business not only in terms of caring for the farm’s immediate landscape but also minimising any impact beyond the farms boundaries. You will see green features incorporated into “The Sleeping Barn” and extensive low input management of the farm. All this allows the business to operate with a very low carbon footprint, reassuring visitors that their stay will also have a low impact on the environment