Dobunni is a working farm based on apple and cider production. It is part of the Somerset levels, which have two distinct areas: the Peat Moors and the Clay Levels. Dobunni is situated on the clay levels, which comprise mainly of blue marine clay. The name Dobunni comes from an ancient Celtic tribe that lived in the area. Approximately half of the farm is in apple production; the other half is used as wildlife habitats, which comprise approximately of 15 acres of woodland, 7 acres of wetlands and 5 acres of wild flower meadows. There are also 3 miles of large thick hedgerows and a superb habitat for a wide range of wildlife.