Grove Farm Direct

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Grove Farm

Grove Farm Direct, Kimbolton

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We are a small family livestock farm (40 acres) on the outskirts of the village of Kimbolton where we rear 30 Aberdeen Angus Cattle and breed Suffolk X Sheep.The farm is run under the "Farm Assured British Beef & Lamb Scheme (FABBL) - look for the little red tractor.

We maintain 7 acres of traditional cider orchard, some trees up to 60 years old, together with a few Perry Pears and ½ acre of damson trees, walnut and cobnut. Through the orchards we run a flock of free range hens (warrens) together with a few pet ducks. Purely for leisure, we have 3 ponies, Foxy, Cilla & Dicky.

Dicky has been with us many years & is very old but still likes to give rides for small children around the farm. We are very lucky in that our farm yard is well away from the house - so no farmyard smells! However we do have 3 children & 2 dogs so plenty of activity all the same. Next to the Farmhouse in a separate annexe we have two rooms both en-suite and both can be either twin or double room.

Each room has TV and Hospitality Tray. Both rooms are centrally heated and breakfast is served in the tea room which during the cold winter mornings is heated by a wood burning stove.

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