We look forward to welcoming you to our undiscovered, unspoilt and memorable county.
We pride ourselves on extending a very warm welcome to all our guests on our 400-acre organic family working beef and sheep farm.
The farm is nestling beneath the tranquil Breidden Hills, where wildlife abounds, in the picturesque Severn valley.
Lane Farm History
Lane Farm has been here since the 1600’s but we arrived in April 1998 to farm its 209 acres and in the autumn of 2001 had the opportunity to take over Middle Farm with 184 acres, both farms form part of the Criggion Estate. All of our land is very close to the rivers Severn and Vynwy causing the majority of the land at both farms to flood at certain times. We diversified in 2000 with the extension to the farmhouse being completed enabling us to offer Farmhouse Bed and Breakfast accommodation.
September has certainly arrived with that Autumn feel to it, pretty chilly first and last thing, we have a smallacreage of grass still to cut when we can get a few dry day together. This year we did not grow any corn, which is a bit of a blessing due to the weather conditions. We are now having a draw on fat lambs everyother week, and have 18 big steers that have been sold ( suubject to them being clear on the TB test), they are heading off to Scotland. We usually finish all our cattle ready for slaughter, but have decided to try selling some as stores to see how they go. We are still spending many hours collecting and storing all the timber from the spring storms, but as least we will be warm in the winter.
We have had a friend staying from Australia for a few days and he was just amazed at the patchwork of fields and the different variants of green, when we took him up to the moors to see the heather, he said he would not have believed it if he had been shown a photograph. Just shows how beautiful our County is and how much we take it for granted.
- Great Location
- Comfortable & Modern Rooms
- Stunning Views
- Hearty Breakfast
- Ample Parking