Welcome to Manor Farm, West Worldham
We invite you to come and stay! Share our life living and working on the farm.
We are Will, Anna, Daisy and Bertie Brock and we launched Feather Down Farm Days in the UK here at Manor Farm in 2006. We love running our luxury campsite and welcoming guests here has brought the farm alive. We like to think that our campsite is one of the best kept secrets in Hampshire and although we want to keep it that way we thought it was about time we shouted a bit more about what we get up to and how you can share a weekend or a holiday here.
Will’s family have farmed at Manor Farm for over 120 years and we still farm in the traditional way. Some of the machinery may be bigger but the sheep and our beautiful cattle still graze our beautiful land. That is the tip of the iceberg though. There is tonnes to do on the farm and in the surrounding area.
Located in the South Downs National Park and only an hour from London come and see for yourselves why we have so many returning guests each year.
Fourth generation farmer. Studied Agriculture at Sparsholt, Hampshire and University of Minneapolis, USA. Helped to establish Feather Down Farms in the UK. Now overseeing development and introducing fresh thinking to the management of the ever-expanding sheep flock, Dangus cattle and arable land. England’s cleanest farmer, rarely wears overalls, has been seen in amongst the dirtiest of jobs but invariably emerges without stain.
Charmingly efficient. Formerly Assistant NFU Group Secretary and founder of ready meal business Anna’s Kitchen, runs Manor Farm Feather Down Campsite with Will and raises and inspires Daisy (9) and Bertie (7). Surprisingly creative considering the high speed she moves at.
Nuts about all animals in particular horses and Golden Retriever dogs. Trainee shepherdess in charge of orphan lambs. Expert chicken catcher and ambition is to ride at Olympia horse show.
Super speedy on his bike, loves football, golf, cricket and any activity which involves running and/or a ball. Ambition to be a professional golfer. Favourite clothing – Southampton football strip.
Visited the farm on work experience placement when still at school and after displaying remarkable keenness for fencing was prevented from ever leaving. He used to be incredibly shy but over the years we have turned him into our very own Ray Mears. Although happier fencing animals in he takes day to day responsibility for them and delights in telling all our guests about our breeding policies. Also very keen on birds the feathered variety of course.
Business Unit To Let
400 to 1150 sq ft
Private, courtyard setting with ample parking formerly used for commercial catering
Three phase electricity, fluorescent lighting.
Offices are available as separate units or combined
We are proud to be associated with the following accreditations.