Dogs are very welcome on the farm. We have 80 acres of grass land for you to walk your dog, plus we link onto many footpaths and bridle paths that lead to local villages. There are two pubs locally that are dog friendly and the local garden centre Hollybeck, which borders our farm, also is dog friendly. This has a fabulous restaurant that serves yummy breakfasts through to afternoon teas.
Each hut is provided with a doggie guest kit including bowl, towel, rug and poop bags. Cages are available on request if needed.
There is a hose by the main farm house for hosing dogs down too.
Both huts are dog friendly but additionally Hideaway hut has its own enclosed garden too.
We charge £10 per night for dog guests and a £100 dog damage deposit which is taken prior to your stay and refunded back to your credit card on departure.
We do have our own dogs on the farm too 2 Jack Russells and a labrador who may come and say hello!
Please see our terms and conditions page for further details. Dogs cannot be left in the huts unaccompanied or uncaged (due to risk of damage and noise to other guests) and we do not accept dogs that are on the Dangerous Dogs Act list.
Why not bring your horse on holiday to us? Available April - September
We offer grazing in a secure wooden paddock or with electric fencing and can provide a stable if needed. We have a 20 x 40 sand school with jumps, many miles of circular hacking on safe, off road bridle paths to and from pubs, the River Trent and local villages. The Cross Keys in Epperstone even has a horse tie up! Ample parking for trailers and lorries. Maps are provided for hacking routes.
80 acres of mowed paths around our farm with a variety of small cross country jumps to try.
About 2 miles away is Brackenhurst (Nottingham Trent) which holds many equestrian events from dressage to showjumping.
Costs £35 per night per horse including hay, stable (if available) and paddock.