Picture Gallery

The wildflower meadow

If you've never walked through a wildflower meadow, at one time in your life, you should! We call ours Zanes Meadow and it's adjacent to the farmhouse.

This photo was taken in August but from May to September it is full of wildflowers and changes all the time.

We mow walks around the meadow, so make sure you experience it if you stay during those months.

It's freely available to our guests and if you enjoy it - we're happy too!

The Farm

Corston Fields is a working arable farm.

We grow linseed, wheat and barley.

Gerald and Emily (Gerald & Ros's daughter) run the farm together and here Emily is planting winter wheat in September.

On the farm trail, guests get the chance to see the farm too, so bring your wellies!

Your hosts

Gerald farms and helps Ros with the B&B; Ros runs the B&B and is a busy farmers wife too!

They've been at Corston Fields Farm since 1982, know a thing or two about the Bath area and will happily help guests find their way around.

Linseed

Linseed plays a key part in life at Corston Fields Farm.

If you stay for B&B around June, the blue fields around the farm are a stunning sight. Linseed oil is rich in omega 3 and its oil is still used in the best paints and putty.

The straw or flax we recover after harvesting is used as fuel to power the farmhouse heating and hot water.

Its all very green and carbon neutral!

Lady

If you've stayed at Corston Fields recently, you'll remember Lady for sure!

Lady's job was to take guests around the farm trail, which she did with great enthusiasm.

She was also the farm's Head of Security, had a great bark and could spot a guest who would likely do the farm walk from a mile off - and she was very, very nice to people who would take her for walks!

She was once a mean, angry rescue dog but warmed to her new task and new life in the country.

Sadly Lady died in November 2012, was a great part of the team and is missed.

Breakfasts

We do them well!

They're cooked on the Aga and our eggs are produced, free-range, on the farm by these ladies!

There are all sorts of breakfast options to choose from to suit your choice, all accompanied by fresh fruit, yogurt and cereals.

Bath

A UN World Heritage City just 5 miles from the farm. We provide guests with a suggested 'day in Bath' because it's often difficult to know where to start!

The Roman Baths, Bath Abbey, the Royal Crescent, a session in the Thermea Spa and Bath Rugby is just the beginning! There is much, much more!

Linseed Rings

We're probably old enough to know better but we planted these rings in one of our 2012 linseed fields just for the fun of it.

They caused quite a stir!