The land is situated in an AONB. It is part of what was, The Hutton Court Estate and is mentioned in the Domesday Book. The views are breathtaking and extensive. It is currently being used for hay and silage making and support geese, chickens, and the reintroduction and breeding of Old Gloucester spotted pigs. Traditional varieties of apples and pears are being replanted and natural hay meadows are being re-introduced. The property has medieval fish ponds which are buried and a Roman villa/farmstead on its grounds. Pond and stream life can be observed from the natural living willow hide. Teaching and art work can be carried out from a platform in the top field.