14th April 2021
It may seem like it would keep us busy creating award winning craft cider and wine, however being content isn’t part of our ethos. Looking to continuously expand and grow our new project is really taking shape.
It has been an incredibly demanding few weeks. Our fantastic team has been working tirelessly helping to create an all-new unique venue for our guests.
The Barn at Woolton Farm and its surrounding gardens has been transformed into something very special that we are all very proud of.
Opening to the public is just days away and we couldn’t be more excited to deliver a warm welcome to our guests. A day out at the farm will be a memorable experience.
A little oasis set on a working farm you can relax in the stunning gardens sip on a glass of our Kentish Pip craft cider or a glass of Woolton Wine whilst grazing on a Charcuterie Board carefully created from only the best independent local suppliers. The Bar is stocked and ready with a brilliant range of local beers and ales, spirits and soft drinks.
The Barn houses a Deli Counter offering the likes of cured meats, charcuterie, speciality cheeses,
homemade pies, pâtés and artisan breads. Chef has created a snacks menu put together using only fine foods from around the area.
You can treat yourself to something special or select a gift for an occasion in our Farm Shop. From local wines, beers, and ciders to preserves, chocolate and sweet stuff.
We carefully select and only work with companies who share the same ethos as us, as we believe this love and passion will always reflect through the quality of the products they produce.
It is all about seasonal. Traditional and full of only the good stuff but never forgetting current trends. We are going to love showcasing new brands and tastes.
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As well as farming and fruit growing, we also operate a range of holiday cottages providing luxury holiday accommodation. Other activities include camping and glamping, a garden bar and the production of own wine and cider.
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Climate, aspect and soil South facing aspect, on river gravel soils with sandy clays beneath. At only 145 feet above sea level and tucked beneath the top of the ridge, the vineyard enjoys a distinct and beneficial micro climate.