Court Farm is an historic collection of listed buildings within the Aylton conservation area in SE Herefordshire, including the farmhouse, 12th century church, manorial barn, stables, cider house and hop kilns. The site has been continuously occupied since Anglo Saxon times. The 16th century cruck barn was restored to its original splendour in 2008, and is one of the finest examples of its kind in the country. The traditional orchards contain 130 different varieties of apples and pears, and the organic meadows are home to traditional Longhorn cattle and sheep. Cider and apple juice are still made on the farm.