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.
The weather has just been unbelievable and now we are desperate for some rain, hardly what I thought I would be saying in February and March this year. The grass has almost stopped growing and instead of a first silage cut of 100 acres all we are managing to do is 40 acres. Lets hope the rain dances we have all be trying work.
The final ewe has lambed and we have a handfull of cows still laying with legs crossed, they are due early June , so I expect they will wait until the rain comes. The wool is being taken in on 4th June to Newtown which is the nearest Wool Marketing Board depot. We have been catching up on some fencing, which has been a bit difficult with the very hard ground and repairing some gates.
With fingers crossed for some rain in moderation!.
Our thoughts go out to everyone at this present time, and our heartfelt thanks to the NHS and every single other group of people for all they are doing to help everyone in the UK.
Stay safe, stay at home , and when Wales is open agin we will welcome you back.
- Great Location
- Comfortable & Modern Rooms
- Stunning Views
- Hearty Breakfast
- Ample Parking