Back to nature, explore the countryside & learn about conservation
Visitors are welcome to walk wherever they wish on our 34 acre farm. The valley has been designated a site of Special Scientific Interest by English Nature, due to the abundance of rare plants and wildlife.
There are many tracks and walks to explore.
To help identify animals and plants we have placed information boards along the farm tracks and have specially Nature Trail designed quiz leaflets available, free of charge from reception.
Here at St. Tinney, we understand the need to preserve our natural landscape and do our best to work in harmony with the environment.
We have been lucky enough to receive the highly sought after "Gold Award" from Professor David Bellamy for our conservation efforts for 12 years running!
We're also working in conjunction with naturalist and broadcaster, Chris Sperring MBE to re-introduce Little owls to the area and encourage other birds and mammals.
Our five fishing lakes are a haven for wildlife.
All children love making a splash in the ford.