Nestled in the Cotswolds between Bath & Bristol, Manor Farm is the perfect venue for weddings and parties. We also host a variety of small events from Pop up restaurants to Yoga and Art classes. We welcome enquires for filming and photography. The Farm is a perfect place for business meetings.
We are closed at the moment but are taking enquiries. Please do get in touch.
Weddings & ReceptionsMay - September
Use your creativity and imagination to transform this wonderful 17th Century Tythe Barn in to a magical venue to celebrate your special day or other family occasions. Delicious and creative catering is provided by Mes Amis in Becking
Beautiful flowers for weddings and events by Issy at www.wizzandwild.com
The Tythe BarnOur ancient Tythe Barn provides a magical venue for wedding receptions, parties and events.
The Wedding FieldWith its stunning views of Kelston Round Hill The wedding field is available to accommodate marquees of any size.
Camping on the farmPLEASE EMAIL FOR ANY INFORMATION.
Bell TentsWe have a large selection of luxury Bell Tents available to hire for £70 night sleeping 4 people.
Available for meetings and small events.
The CottageSleeps 4 - £150 per night (minimum two nights)
Farmhouse Pop-Up RestaurantsA perfect space for events and parties
We host pop-up restaurants in the old shop space and can provide evening meals for groups of 10 or over. The space can be used for events or parties. This needs to be booked in advance.
Please contact us for your requirements.
The Manor Farm CaféOpen for small events..... please contact us for details.
Manor Farm is a 300 acre farm between Bath and Bristol. We have been here farming and growing for five generations. Our aim is to link production to landscape and wildlife (We counted 38 different types of bird on the farm this year). All of the grassland is organic and the arable is grown using an intergrated approach. Each arable field has a six or twelve meter margin providing habitat and corridors around the farm. We produce 50 finished cattle and 600 tons of grain annually and aim to be carbon neutral this year.
The farm has an SSSI (Site of Special Scientific Interest) and runs with OELS and HLS agreements at its core.