School Farm, TN12

School Farm offers a lovely spread of meadowland, natural woodland and pathways, as well as a large lake, a mix of outbuildings and farm animals too. The most unique feature for School Farm comes in the form of a wonderful classic car museum, with over 40 micro cars dating back to the 1950s.

  • Meadows and paddocks, connected by a long, wide and pretty bridle pathway
  • Shetland pony, Exmoor ponies and chicken
  • A mix of small farm buildings including stables, sheds, nissen hut and chicken house
  • Over 40 classic micro-cars, one of the largest collections known.

Getting to School Farm

Less than an hour’s train journey from London to Headcorn. A 7-minute taxi ride from the station to the farm. Alternatively, take the high-speed train to Ashford International (35 minutes from London) and the farm is a 20-minute drive from there.

By car, School Farm is about 1.5 hours drive from London.

Facilities at School Farm

The owners have 4 loos and a shower in the farmyard, and the main house is also available as a crew base. There is plenty of hard standing for parking.

Shoot and Stay

On-site camping for up to 20 tents and ten caravans, complete with toilet and shower facilities

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