Situated in The Chiltern Hills, officially classified as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the farm dates back to the 17th century and is surrounded by unspoilt countryside which includes an extensive network of footpaths and cycle ways through beautiful beech woods and ancient pathways.

Each season brings its own beauty: in Spring the beech woods are carpeted with bluebells and new born lambs enjoy fields flooded with buttercups. Summer is the time for shearing whilst haymaking brings the Red Kites and Buzzards wheeling overhead in search of prey. By Autumn the beech woods have turned to gold, followed by  Winter with its own spectacular sunsets and gorgeous snowy landscapes. Badgers, foxes and deer are often seen at dusk, whilst bats and glis glis frequent the farm buildings by night .


The farm is located at the edge of Lee Common and The Lee, quintessential English villages which have retained the qualities and amenities of a traditional rural community and welcome visitors to enjoy the beauty of The Chilterns.

Local pubs host traditional Morris Dancers, sell local ales and serve excellent meals   –  the village shop and 13th century local church complete the picture.

The Lee village green, apart from its role as host to the village fetes and Flower Show, is well known to “Midsomer Murder” fans as the place where so many residents meet an untimely end!