Coach Farm, OX10
Coach Farm is a super diverse location in Oxfordshire, providing endless variety of buildings, landscapes and props, all supported by a specially-designed crew hub in a barn.
The farm has both an old farmyard and a modern farmyard, both with inspiring, unique features. The old setting includes 3 original tithe barns, a Georgian farmhouse, corrugated and red brick barns all surrounding a courtyard. The modern yard setting includes a newly restored arched aircraft hangar.
Cereal crops are grown on the farm, with cattle and horses grazing the grass fields. A 5 acre cutting garden is also on the farm, and the landscape extends down to the River Thames, with an island under Coach Farm’s ownership.
In an isolated position “in the middle of nowhere” sits a cluster of Texas-like red buildings, built in the 50s and now left to naturally decay.
- The three tithe barns include an unconverted old forge and a large untouched barn, as well as the converted crew hub in the 3rd barn
- Lots of corrugated barns, red brick buildings, charming art studio and workshop spaces, stables and old courtyard
- Modern farmyard area with restored aircraft hangar and low timbered buildings
- Georgian farmhouse (available for interiors) and garden, as well as cottages
- River Thames frontage (and island), easy to access
- Cereals grown on arable land
- 5-acre cut flower garden, vegetables and greenhouses, polytunnels
- Props can include old vehicles, cars and tractors
- Quarry pit
Facilities at Coach Farm
The crew hub at Coach farm is a warm base in a newly converted large barn, with loos, kitchen facilities and plenty of natural light and space. The farmyards can park many vehicles.
Getting to the Farm
The train from Paddington is just 1 hour to the closest station, Goring, and the farm is a 7 minute drive from there.
By car, West London is 1 hr 30 minutes away.