Godshill Park Farm Blog

Bring everyone along to the Isle of Wight this autumn

When you are looking for a B and B Isle of Wight visitors will love, go no further. While you are here you don't need to worry about how you will spend your days. You can use us as a base for when you want to relax and feel free to explore when you are ready. Even in...

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A spooky and cultural Halloween holiday

There are many exciting things taking place on the Isle of Wight that are certain to entertain this Halloween. Luckily, our own Godshill Park Farm is situated in the island's centre. As a result you will be within easy reach of every attraction. If you're looking for...

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Update for Godshill Park Barn Retreat Centre

        June 2018 Our new barn conversion is rapidly progressing - the old redundant agricultural building has been largely dismantled (only the concrete walls remain) and in its place we have a light bright upper level of new accommodation.   This room will have a...

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Godshill Park Barn Retreat Centre

      June 2018 Our new barn conversion is rapidly progressing - the old redundant agricultural building has been largely dismantled (only the concrete walls remain) and in it's place we have a light bright upper level of new accommodation. This room will have a large...

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‘ENERGY HEALING FOR YOUR PET’ on THE MIDLIFE GODDESS!

Enjoy a long weekend on our beautiful farm in the heart of the Isle of Wight countryside - learn how to heal your animals (and yourself!) see details attached or email madison@hotmail.com Time: March 9, 2018 at 5pm to March 13, 2018 at 11am Location: beautiful rural...

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Walking with llamas

Lovely walk with the llamas today in the #IsleofWight sunshine.  Great view from up on the downs with my llama looking across to Freshwater Bay.  Alison's daughter Nutmeg and Friend Daisy were also with us along with 3 people....

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My Weaving Journey

  I've been learning to weave on my antique loom as I want to use the fleece from my own animals. Pictured here is a blend of sheep, alpaca & llama wool which I'm weaving into a cushion cover. I also have weaving yarn which has gone away to be dyed so will be...

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Carriage Drives with Murray and Robert

There are few better ways (if any!) to see the Isle of Wight countryside than exploring off the beaten track in a horse drawn carriage.  If the sun is shining too it doesn't get much better than this.  On the way home we can call at Pedallers café for refreshment. ...

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