Bow Farm, ME17

Impressive parkland, an ancient lime walk and a traditional, rustic 15th century farmhouse are the highlights of what Bow Farm in Kent has to offer as a shoot location.  The family’s sheep flock graze across the grassland and the mix of outbuildings and walls offer plenty of textured backdrops

  • Ancient parkland with centuries-old trees, including a lime walk
  • 15th century farmhouse, with unspoilt original features including brick floors, inglenooks, timbered rooms and ornate tile hangings
  • Sheep and storage sheds
  • Woodland and stream
  • Sheep, chicken, border collie and labrador
  • The farm borders a large lake and stately home, with views from different angles

Getting to Bow Farm

Bow Farm is within a 1:30 drive of Central London, or take the train to Headcorn (or fast train to Ashford) and it’s a 15 minute drive from there.

Facilities at the Farm

The farm can offer its house as a crew base and has plenty of parking on the drive. All fields are easily accessible.

For the full collection of Farms in Kent, take a look here.