Barnyard Farm, TN11

Barnyard Farm’s landscape of rolling fields with crops, grass and wildflowers provide a beautiful backdrop for its traditional collection of farm buildings. A 16th century threshing barn sits at the centre of a dilapidated yard surrounded by barns dating from the 18th century to modern day. Beyond the farmyard’s setting, World War 2 pillboxes and a shepherd’s hut styled cabin are dotted amongst the landscape.

The mix of preserved historical buildings alongside a large range of vintage farming props ensures Barnyard’s appeal as a convincing, authentic ‘Olde English’ farm location. It has also been spied as  potential period village setting with the buildings structured along narrow and wide alley and roadways.

  • 160+ acres of grassland, arable fields including wheat and barley, wildflower meadows and woodland with bluebells when in season
  • Old farmyard setting with a 16th century grade 2 listed threshing barn and surrounding barns from the 18th and 19th centuries. All oak frame and peg tiled roofs
  • Modern agricultural barn and industrial yard areas including two concrete barns at the end of a farm track, with a panoramic view of the local area
  • Range of unusual buildings including several wartime pillboxes down by the river, a run down dilapidated field shelter and the remains of an old water mill
  • Isolated shepherds hut style cabin in the woods, modern interiors
  • River access
  • Hard standing tracks
  • Sheep and dogs
  • Variety of vintage vehicles including tractors, a bus, caravans and a Landrover
  • Vintage farming props such as old tools, machines, old oak barrels, horse and cart wheels, metal tractor wheels, oak beams, apple crates and hay bales


Barnyard Farm provides crew base solutions in several sheds, hard-standing yard spaces  and field access for overflow parking.
There are plenty of amenities within close proximity to the farm including multiple pubs, village stores and  hotel accommodation.
There is also a small crew ‘shoot and stay’ option for 2, by prior arrangement.


Trains run from London to Hildenborough or Tonbridge train stations. The farm is only a 10 minute drive from Hildenbrough and 20 minutes from Tonbridge.

Central London is approximately 1 hour drive.