FAQs & Accessibility
“WHAT IS THE POSTCODE FOR THE FARM?”
A map and directions on how to find us are sent with booking confirmation for our workshops, experience days and private bookings. The farm is not open to the general public. Our postcode is PE6 9QF and some satnav devices take you to the very end of the road, so be sure to read the directions (we're the first on the left)!
“WE ARE TRAVELING FROM FAR AWAY; DO YOU HAVE ACCOMMODATION?”
We don't have accommodation on-site, however, there are plenty of places to stay locally. There is a Holiday Inn and a Holiday Inn Express in Peterborough and we've had great feedback from people who stayed in these local bed and breakfasts: The Six Bells, Caudle House Boutique, Delamere Farm, The Bluebell.
“ARE YOU OPEN DURING THE WEEK/WINTER?”
The farm is not open to the general public; we are open only for bookings made on a workshops or experience day. We run workshops and special events throughout the year but access to the bees is restricted to the Spring and Summer and is weather dependent.
"HOW MUCH IS POSTAGE AND PACKAGING?"
Some of our products, such as experience day gift packs, include postage and packaging in the price. For most items such as honey, seeds and plants, our standard delivery charge is £4.95. For bulky or heavy items such as syrup an additional surcharge of £5 applies.
“CAN I BUY HONEY FROM THE FARM?”
If you are visiting the farm as part of a planned workshop or experience day, we do have honey available to buy. For general honey sales, please see our retail partners: Swines Meadow Farm Nursery in Market Deeping, or The Ned hotel in London.
We are currently working to ensure the site is wheelchair friendly, adapting rough farm surfaces and creating an accessible toilet. We look forward to announcing the completion of our work to make the site accessible for all.