Collins Farm is a small sheep farm on the edge of The Cotswolds, between Bath and Bristol.
What we do
We produce grass fed lamb boxes, offer self-catered stays in one of the farm’s converted outbuildings and also produce wool which is processed into yarn and throws.
As well as sheep, we keep pigs for meat, chickens and ducks for eggs and produce our own fruit and vegetables.
Our aim is to provide visitors to Collins Farm with ‘a little taste of the country’ by offering the experience of staying on a working farm and sampling fresh, home-grown produce.
We currently offer self-catered stays in one of the farm’s converted outbuildings – a 17th Century dovecote.
Believed to be the oldest building at Collins Farm, The Dovecote is full of character with its exposed stone walls and original beams.
It is the perfect place for anyone looking for a cosy, country retreat.
Whether it be through sampling some of our homegrown produce or simply enjoying the views from the accommodation, we hope that all of our guests feel that they can enjoy the experience of staying on a working farm.
Our sheep flock is comprised of a breed called the New Zealand Romney and is kept both at Collins Farm and on land between here and Bath.
The beauty of the New Zealand Romney is that it is a hardy, low input and low maintenance sheep that produces both good quality meat and wool.
Our sheep are bred and reared outside and are solely grass fed – lambing takes place in the field and there is no supplementary feeding.
We breed the sheep for the purpose of producing high quality meat and wool which is processed into products such as yarn and throws.