The primary attraction is our 2 acre vineyard and wine tasting. However, in addition to that there is a wealth of interesting history, from the sixteenth century Grade I listed Anne of Cleves Barn, the site of the original mansion and current farmhouse. These are set in large walled gardens: with a white garden, kitchen garden, parterre and herbaceous borders. Next to the vineyard there is also a new woodland, with a path and viewing mound in the centre. The herd of alpacas can be visited and fed. 3 barns have been converted in to self-catering accommodation, sleeping up to 16 guests.
Can link with village tours/talks about Bardfield Artists, who are growing in popularity and many of whose work includes Great Lodge.
Please visit in-line with current restrictions, and check their website before visiting to ensure they are open.