Farm Stay increases its footfall and Reduces Its Carbon Footprint


Farm Stay increases its footfall and Reduces Its Carbon Footprint, thanks to taking some critical business decisions starting with a Solar install in October 2012 followers by a Biomass install in December 2014.

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Our luxury Farm Stay set in the heart of rural Warwickshire-Shakespeare’s England gives our guests the chance to get back to nature whilst not costing the earth.

Our Energy produced form locally sourced sunshine, has generated 18 Mega Watts of electricity used on the farm which contributes a third of the farms overall consumption.

Our Biomass Boiler now heats The Granary, The Coach House and the Main Farm house, in 12 months this has produced 51.5 Mega Watts of heating, from a sustainable wood pellet, reducing our reliance on oil as a heating fuel whilst at the same time lessening the impact on our immediate environment.

At the same time the Farm has Expanded its Guest Accommodation offering more green travellers the opportunity to experience what the farm has to offer.

Our guests regularly post reviews like this:

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