Quarrenden Farm adds a whole new dimension to the Farm Locations portfolio and truly is a one-of-a-kind farm for hire. It encompasses traditional farmland, a large but pretty glamping destination, a brand-new cafe as well as a light rural railway and station for the Tenterden steam trains.
Set in the midst of historic 1066 Country with the imposing Bodiam Castle as its neighbour, Quarrenden Farm offers endless backdrops across its 200 acres in East Sussex.
With the farm now also being a thriving tourism business, the facilities available for film and photo shoots are excellent. A cafe, large interior spaces, shelters, loos and access and parking across the farm are very good.
Much of the building of the shepherd’s huts, shelters and cafe have been created in-house, or materials sourced locally to create many textured and interesting features. Log-stores, tin walls, curved hut roofs, rustic camp fires and eating places, all add endless backdrops for photo shoots. Those combined with the quiet woodlands and grassy areas, the River Rother flowing through and the apple orchards spread across the farm, make for a one-of-a-kind farm to hire.