Our family has lived and farmed on the Romney Marsh since 1882 and with over 130 years of experience, we are extremely passionate about farming. Farming is in our blood, and as my husband Paul once told me: ‘to be a farmer is a way of life, it’s a responsibility to maintain as well as improve a sustainable landscape for future generations to benefit from’.
We feel so fortunate to live and work on the Romney Marsh, with its diversity of habitats, extensive coastline and rich history. We farm over 3,000 acres across the Romney Marsh, growing crops as well as keeping a small suckler herd of cattle and keep circa 1,000 indigenous Romney ewes, also known as ‘Kentish Sheep’ who graze on our clover rich pastures.
Today, you can book a stay in one of our huts, based in real sheep pastures. We feel honoured to be able to share a small slice of the spectacular Romney Marsh with you – which is a paradise for walkers, cyclists, and explorers of historic towns, quaint villages, churches and wildlife. Sit back, relax and get back to nature with us.
In addition to our huts, we also have our sister business – Romney Marsh Wools. Founded in 2008 by my husband Paul and myself, Kristina, we wanted to raise awareness of the many benefits of wool. Wool is completely natural, is renewable, sustainable, and completely versatile. Our range is created using the wool from the fleece of our very own sheep. We carefully hand-pick each fleece, before working with a range of British suppliers, weavers and craftspeople to make our extensive range – which you too can enjoy during a stay in our huts. Inside the huts you will have use of our very own toiletries, bedding, and more.