Mere Farm, ME13

Mere Farm is a traditional working farm in Kent, producing an unusual, colourful mix of crops, including hops, blackcurrants, pears, wheat, oil seed rape and beans. There are plenty of buildings and farm vehicles mainly based in one large farmyard, both old and new. An original Kentish oast house, still in operation, offers extraordinary architecture for filming.

Mere Farm’s 550 acres of rolling landscape showcases an interesting mix of field types – from tall hop gardens to low blackcurrant fields, from vast arable fields to charming pear orchards. A large pond and two reservoirs are also on the farm.

  • 550 acres of field crops: hop gardens, pear orchards, blackcurrant fields, and wheat, oilseed rape and bean crops
  • Large working farmyard with range of farm buildings, housing crops, tractors and machinery – modern and vintage
  • Working large Kentish oast house
  • Farmhouse, including aga kitchen
  • Pond and two reservoirs

Facilities at Mere Farm

The farm can accommodate large unit bases on plenty of hard standing areas, and up to 22 crew can stay on site overnight in one building. Further kitchen and loo facilities are based within the oast house.

The owner can provide some catering options, and there is also a tea house, pub and general store within  a 3 minute drive of the farm. The town of Faversham is just 5 minutes drive too.

Getting to the Farm

Mere Farm is within walking distance of Selling train station, or is 1 hour 20 minutes drive from Central London.