THINGS TO DO
A space dedicated to gardening essentials, practical tools and seasonal cut flowers, many of which are grown in our own organic Cutting Garden.
To speak to someone in the Garden Room please call 01608 731 712
Explore over 2,000 acres of our well-tended organic farmland on one of our farm walks and discover our heritage breed hens, sheep, Aberdeen Angus and South Devon cattle, Gloucester cows and our herd of British Friesians.
Open all year round, and clearly signposted, some are suitable for buggies and small children. Perfect with a picnic of salads, cakes, meats, cheese and wine from our organic farmshop.
Our walks start from outside The Farmshop, just ask behind the tills for a map or download your copy by clicking HERE.
GETTING TO THE FARM
By public transport
Kingham Train Station is located just 3 miles from Daylesford and is on the main London Paddington to Hereford line. There are regular connections to all major UK cities. Visit National Rail for timetables and information. From Kingham Train Station you can travel to Daylesford using a pre-order taxi or enjoy a 40 minute walk via Kingham Village. Click here for local map and transport links.
Unfortunately the local bus service from Kingham Train Station to Kingham Village is no longer in operation.
If you have a sat nav, entering GL56 0YG will bring you directly to Daylesford.
Alternatively, if coming from Stow-on-the Wold, take the A436 from the centre of Stow towards Chipping Norton. After approximately 3 miles, take the right-hand turn signposted to Kingham and Daylesford Farm Shop. You will find us approximately half a mile up that road on the right.
If approaching from Chipping Norton, take the A44 towards Moreton-in-the-Marsh. After approximately 3.5 miles, turn left towards Stow on the A436. Continue for 2.5 miles then turn left, signposted to Kingham. You will find us approximately half a mile up that road on the right.