New House Farm Near Kniveton - What a find.

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  1. Gromett

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    Brilliant little organic farm where you can stop and share a field with the livestock. They provide firepits and fresh water and nothing else.

    Don't try and get here if you have big vans. PVC's are probably as big as can get in.

    I am not sure why this video is so dark sorry. It was taken in full sun of that gorgeous weekend we just had.

    [ame="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6_1n704Q3hM"]New House Farm Kniveton - YouTube[/ame]

    £6 per night per person.

    Oh and they have some kind of sawdust toilets which I didn't use. No waste disposal facilities you have to take it away with you.

    They sell firewood and fresh meat at the farm.

    http://www.newhousefarm.co.uk/Welcome.html

    Watch out for the animals you share a field with. Some of the sheep think they are dogs and want their ears scratching and the horse has a mild cough that causes it to launch shotgun like farts :Rofl1: much to the amusement of everyone on the site.

    There are multiple fields and you can choose which one to stay on.
     

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  2. jhorsf

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    I can just imagine the reaction of the dogsh@ brigade to staying there:Rofl1:
     
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  3. 1_man_and_his_dob(lo)

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    Must be something about the name....there's a CS called New House Farm just north of Hay-on-Wye that charges about the same. The road to that one is a bit tight too. The livestock's kept in a different field though and there's no free entertainment from a horse :Smile:
     
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