The Gardens

Cotton Farm is blessed with a classic English country garden. Originally orchards that supplied the farm, the gardens were first established when the farmhouse was created in the 19th century.

Today, the mature lawns, shrubs and trees create a picture of timelessness that our guests are welcome to enjoy. There is a table and benches where you can enjoy your breakfast outside in the warmer weeks.

 

The chickens claim the north end of the garden, just beyond the large rhubarb clump - but as they pay rent in the form of eggs for your breakfast, we don't begrudge them this! They happily cluck and browse away their days, peck-pecking for all they are worth.