Come and enjoy some quality time at our family run fishery and farm, in one of our unique shepherds huts on or overlooking the lakes.. Whether you are a keen angler or occasional fishing person or even just looking for a peaceful relaxing break in the beautiful Sussex countryside, this will be the place for you.  We even have facilities for wheelchair users and the less able, as one of the owners is a wheelchair user. Please note there is wifi available (ok for emails etc, not suitable for Zoom calls and the like). The phone signal is also not very good for some networks except at the top of the hill. Note that this is a 'get away from it all place' so the usual town amenities are not readily available.

There are 4 lakes (all spring fed). One is the original fishing lake, with large common and mirror carp plus perch and grass carp, The second is our newly built (2018/19) large lake, which has more breeds of fish and has matured nicely. This is stocked with common and mirror carp, golden and blue orfe, perch, green and golden tench, chub, roach, rudd and gudgeon. Our 3rd lake is about a year old and has Carp and Orfe. Plus at the very top is a natural 'wild swimming' pool for those adventurous enough. Fabulous views to the South Downs from here. There are four other accessible lakes for walking around and which are away from the rest. Perfect for a wander round with or without your dog, with places to sit and enjoy the space and tranquillity with lovely views as well.
 
Fishing is available by the day 8am - 8pm/dusk and by night (hut residents only) - 8pm/dusk to 8am. Visiting anglers please see fees list. For day ticket anglers there is a unit with toilet/shower and kitchen facilities. All anglers must show a current fishing licence and abide by our rules (copy at end of web page or sent on booking or by request).

The Fisherman's huts have a minimum 2 night booking (3 nights Jun, Jul and Aug), and have most mod cons although with Carp and Roach huts there is a short walk to your private shower and toilet unit. (There is also a small 'portaloo' hut right outside those 2 huts for those 'caught short' moments). Perch and Tench huts (overlooking top lake) are slightly larger, have full kitchens and ensuite facilities.

Dogs are welcomed but must be kept on leads around the lakes and farm. There is always an empty field (shown on arrival) for excercising but please clear up after them! In addition, and for ramblers and hikers, there are several public footpaths leading to Buxted, Rotherfield and beyond. Pick up/drop off can be arranged to/from station (Crowborough or Buxted) if required for a small charge.

For outside refreshment, Hadlow Down has a very good 'locals' drinking type pub, and Buxted has 2 very good pub/restaurants, (The White Hart and The Buxted Inn) as does High Hurstwood (The Hurstwood). In 5 Ash Down there is The Pig and Butcher and in Blackboys The Blackboys Inn. In Crowborough the nearest is The Wheatsheaf in Mount Pleasant which does good food. For those wanting 'posh' or just to walk, there is Buxted Park, on the outskirts of Buxted, off the A272. The Kings Arms in Rotherfield is very good. In Crowborough you have The White Hart, The Blue Anchor and The Cross (Wetherspoons), plus The Bricklayers Arms. The Crow and Gate on the edge of Ashdown Forest is excellent for dog walkers.

Lewes is just a 20 min drive; Brighton 35 mins; Eastbourne 35-40 mins and Tunbridge Wells 20 mins. For local shopping Crowborough (10 mins drive) Uckfield (10 mins) and Heathfield (10 mins) are very good. London is around 1 hour by train from Crowborough or Buxted or 45 mins from Tunbridge Wells main line station.