Preston Court Farm extends to some 600 acres which include arable growing land (potatoes, cauliflower, wheat, etc), grazing meadows, extensive marshlands and bluebell woods.
The Farmyard and environs are their own quiet little world, with an ancient church only yards from a large Gothic style Oast House (a distinctive Kentish building for drying hops to make beer), impressive wooden barns and a granary (on stilts!). It's a pretty and relaxed environment.
Preston marshes are a particularly beautiful area with a long stretch of river frontage and netorks of dykes. The watery nature of the landscape makes it popular with birds - especially ducks, geese and swans. The flat landscapes and big skies are ever changing and quite photogenic.
Higher up you will find coppice woodland, grazing for horses and sheep, and crop growing fields.
While further out, and accessed via a private road, you will find the Lakes.
CLASSIC ENGLISH FARMYARD WITH WOODEN BARNS & OAST HOUSE + COWS, SHEEP, 18 HORSES, DOGS, CHICKENS + WOODS, MARSHLAND + RIVER