Covid 19

Date: 02/06/2020

Jill Nicholls - Owner

First and foremost, we sincerely hope you and your family are well.
The most important things in this situation are our health and our ability to look after our families.
Lower Wood Farm has been closed since Monday 23rd March. This was provisionally extended to Saturday 4th July by H.M. Government.
All holiday bookings for this period are being addressed, we will be in contact with you regarding your booking as we work week by week through this period.
We will also be contacting July and August customers as their balance payments become due with the current advice. Please feel free to contact us at any time.

For NEW BOOKINGS for the period Saturday 4th July to Friday 27th November. I will be offering revised Booking Terms and Conditions. This means that if either you or we have to cancel your holiday for COVID-19 related reasons I will offer a full refund – Please contact us directly for more details.

We are working hard to maintain and further improve LWFarm ready to reopen and bring life and wonderful moments back to our cottages and facilities, while adding new health and safety measures that will offer our guests as much peace of mind as possible. At this time, we are paying close attention to the instructions relating to safety given by the local authority and governing bodies.

To all our customers working with us through this difficult period by postponing their valued holiday to a later date. We say a big “Thank You” and we look forward to seeing you soon.

Take good care of yourselves and stay safe.

Best Regards Jill.

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Spring Watch

Wildlife is a big part of a holiday at Lower Wood Farm

The complex is surrounded by havens of different wildlife offering so much to see and experience all year round.

Deer, fox and hares run across the adjoining fields, wild birds swoop and dive and we do all we can to encourage nature to thrive around the complex.

Lower Wood Farm has its very own Spring Watch – an owl box, home to a pair of barn owls who raise their young each year, much loved by the children.

In 2011, the ‘couple’s’ quads caused quite a stir.

Guests spend early evenings in June and July watching the parents hunt mice and voles to feed their young.

Spring sees the wild geese that spend the winter here depart. As the geese leave, the swallows return and nest at Lower Wood Farm for the summer.

Wild birds nest and feed their young, from robin, blackbird, thrush, green spotted woodpecker and wagtails to the cuckoo singing through May.

More than 40 ducklings are raised at our pond each year, also home to moorhens and rescue geese. There is always plenty to watch from a seat in the quiet area.

A couple of miles down the road, the coast is alive with nesting sea birds. Little terns nest in the dunes at Winterton and changing habitats bring different species as you travel around the coast.

We also have plenty of information about crops grown by local farmers to help you and the children tell the difference between wheat and barley, cabbages and sugar beet!

Please enjoy our Spring Watch picture gallery.

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