The farm occupies an attractive site on the side of the valley of the river Inny (a tributary of the river Tamar). Steep grass fields sweep down to the rich narrow flood plain. There is an old track down to the lime kiln in an area of steep woodland. The land is currently managed under the terms of a Stewardship agreement. There is a small herd of Devon cattle and a flock of sheep. Native plant species, and wildlife can normally be seen.
Help feed the animals, assist with the lambing in February and lend a hand with the hay harvest in June/July. The farm is located in an untouched, timeless river valley. You are free to explore the ancient oak woodland, walk along the banks of the River Inny and soak in the breathtaking views around you.