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Gambledown Farm, Sherfield English, Romsey, SO51 6JU |  farm@gambledownfarm.co.uk |  Tel. 01794 340 286

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Website created by Grace Dawes 2019

 LIFE at

 Gambledown

OUR FARM

At Gambledown Farm we invite guests to have a taste of country life, enjoying fresh clean air, 

quality homegrown produce and laid back time with friends and family

            Our family has been farming at Gambledown for over 50 years.  Gambledown Farm, practicing sustainable farming, is a traditional Hampshire mixed farm with a resident herd of over 30 Shorthorn cattle, arable crops and ancient woodland.                      

         

           We encourage those staying with us at the farm to get involved in farm life. Everyone staying is invited to join our guided tour of the farm, taking place every Saturday morning during high-season we show you how we farm and it is an excellent way of helping children to understand the provenance of their food. 

         

        Glamping guests have the opportunity to hire their own chicken coop just outside their tent for the freshest eggs possible at breakfast, just simply add one as an extra when booking. Guests staying in our luxury barns are welcome to collect eggs from our free range enclosure.

           Each spring Gambledown adopts a number of orphaned lambs from our neighbouring farm and welcomes children to help with bottle feeding at meal times. 

          At the farm there are always animals to visit, our herd of cattle can be found munching their way through the cover crops, two pigs, Taggy and Hubert the horses and Nibbles and Oreo our pet sheep.

         From the farm there are excellent walks through the countryside taking you to authentic country pubs or into the rural market town of Romsey and beyond.

 

       We invite you to share in the joys of the countryside and hope to welcome you to our farm soon,

 Richard & Tamara Arinison-Newgass