Brenley Farm has been carefully managed for many generations. Many of the buildings around the house and farm are Listed Grade II and of architectural and historical interest. This includes the walls around the house and vegetable garden; a mediaeval thatched granary and tithe barn and the fine Georgian stable building.
The farmed land includes hops and vineyards, apples and pears, cereal crops and a horse livery.
Walking and cycling are free and good for the soul. We have a great creative sessions enjoying the beauty of our surroundings including walks on the farm where you can appreciate not only the growing crops, but a great array of native trees in all shapes and varying shades of green/yellow/copper. There is excellent inspiration in the Kent Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with great coastal walks nearby.
Here at Brenley and around Faversham we have all of the above and lots more. See the migrating and winter visitors on the marshes with the birds, barges and big skies walk ending in some good food at the Three Mariners at Oare. Investigate ancient villages on the old roman roads and pilgrim’s trails - Watling Street, the main road from London to Dover runs through the villages of Ospringe, Faversham and Boughton; the Saxon Shoreway takes in the whole of the Kent coastline from London right around to Rye. Walking or cycling takes in the wild splendour of the rolling Kent Downs with its spectacular views on the chalk downland.