Beacon House Farm is a small farm situated next to the Otley Chevin. It is rich in wildlife and has a number of habitats - dry stone walls, hedgerows, species rich grassland and an orchard.
The farm has a good historic environment including a 2nd World War Observation tower and a 1950’s nuclear bunker and several hundred metres of dry stone walls.
A programme of dry stone wall restoration and meadow restoration is ongoing on the farm and wildlife includes skylarks, lapwing, curlews, kestrels and abundant insects. The farm is also home to rare breed sheep – White faced Woodland and Jacobs.