Apple Tree Farm, WR15
Apple Tree Farm is a family-run fruit farm set within 100 acres of beautiful Worcestershire countryside. The farm offers a very unique aspect to both filming and photo shoots with its collection of derelict buildings, including a former 19th-century farmhouse along with a grain store, stables and tractor shed, which all sit in ruins.
The farmhouse in use today is available for shoots both inside and out and comes complete with many of its original features including flagstone floors and an inglenook fireplace.
There’s plenty of wild areas across the farm with its spread of grassy fields, meadows and ancient woodland. Old orchards see a growth of heritage apples, pears, damsons and plums.
- Just over 100 acres of grass fields, meadows, ancient woodland and orchards
- Original farmyard featuring a cluster of derelict buildings (former farmhouse, agricultural stores, animal sheds and stables)
- Metal-framed Dutch barn currently used as a hay store
- Current farmhouse with adjoining gardens (interiors available)
- Private tracks
- Modern and vintage farm vehicles / machinery
- Sheep, chicken and dogs
FACILITIES AT APPLE TREE FARM
Farm access is straightforward with no restrictions. The farm offers plenty of parking for crew vehicles. An undercover crew base can be provided in a static caravan onsite along with use of power and running water in the main house. There are no toilet facilities at the farm but there is space to stand portaloos if needed.
The local town is situated only 4 miles away, providing lots of amenities. The farm sits within walking distance of neighbouring B&B accommodation and a catering company.
GETTING TO THE FARM
Trains run from London Paddington via Newport to Leominster station. The farm is a 25 minute drive from Leominster station.
Apple Tree Farm is approx a 1 hour’s drive from BBC Drama Village in Birmingham and BBC Birmingham studios.
Elstree studios is approx a 2 hour 45 mins drive from the farm.