Rose Barn Cottages have been sympathetically converted from an old granary. They are within a courtyard of 18th Century Listed Timber Framed Barns, once used to store farming produce in days gone by.
Today modern farm buildings are used to store grain from the 1000-acre heavy land farm, which produces wheat, barley oil seed rape and beans, mainly for food production in the UK.
Grassland surrounds the farm house and holiday lets with sheep grazing in the fields.
We pride ourselves on our environmental schemes, wild flower strips, bird seed strips and long, lovely colourful hedgerows. Wildlife include hares and muntjac deer with an abundance of skylarks, barn and tawny owls and heron. The pretty Bourn Brook, a tributary of the River Cam, runs through pasture land in the centre of the farm. No dogs please.
The farm has several public footpaths and its own farm tracks for guests to enjoy the countryside.