About the farm

Grounds Farm, Warwickshire is family owned, growing crops, raising cattle and supporting wildlife



About The Farm

A peaceful location yet only a short walk to Kenilworth

Grounds Farm is just a short walk from the pubs and restaurants in Kenilworth, yet still enjoys a wonderfully peaceful location. The farm borders Kenilworth Castle so you’re never far from a magnificent view of these famous ruins.

The Farm's History

The farm was once part of the Kenilworth Castle estate

The farm is steeped in history having been part of the Kenilworth Castle estate until the early 20th Century and contains some important historical features. The farmhouse at Grounds Farm was once used as the estate office. 

Pleasance Farm is so-named because on its land are the remains of ‘The Pleasance’ – the castle’s own medieval pleasure garden, founded by the future Henry V. Furthermore, artefacts from the English Civil War are frequently found on the farm.

A haven for wildlife

Wildlife is very important to the family and so numerous wildlife habitats have been created including plots of seed mix for wild birds, as well as fields rich in flowers for butterflies and bumble bees.

When you are staying in any of our accommodation you will be close to nature. Badgers are regular visitors to the area around the shepherds hut, owls sit in the tree above it and you will hear the skylarks singing along with numerous other farmland birds.

At Chase Lodge there have been sightings of  weasels, field voles, kestrals, buzzards and large numbers of other common farmland and garden birds.

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