Farm Paths & Visitor Info Hub

Everyone is welcome. Come see how we farm!

Winter Opening Times

See our social media pages for seasonal changes, but for now: Over the winter we will keep the hub and facilities open each day except Tuesdays. We will try to provide refreshments on Fridays and at the weekends, and you are welcome to bring a flask and sandwiches at any time.

Compassion in World Farming

Donations for refreshments or to help pay for maintenance are much appreciated. Any donations above running costs will go to Compassion in World Farming.

What To Discover

Explore life on our farm via our new permissive paths, two circular routes (approx. 2 miles each), passing our variety of pigs and the gorgeous Gloucestershire countryside.

Come and have tea and cake if the weather’s not great, and view the pigs while you sit by the fire.

We are fully accessible and although the hub is unsupervised, please come on in, make yourselves at home and enjoy the view!

A donation is appreciated for the organic refreshments, so that we can keep providing a welcoming space for everyone to enjoy.

(Dogs on leads are welcome too!)

Keep an eye on our social pages for updates.

Available for Hire

The hub is available to hire for events and an interesting meeting place for groups. All donations will go to Compassion in World Farming. Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you’re interested in booking the hub!

How to Find Us

Whilst you can find Eastleach Downs Organic Farm on Google, for the ease of finding our visitor hut and its parking, we recommend using what3words.

You can either download the app or click the link below and you’ll be able to get directions to the hut. If you have any issues finding your way, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

what3words gives every 3m x 3m in the world a unique 3 word address. This one describes the precise entrance of the building. Click here to learn more.

Important Information


We ask you not to walk the pig fields when there is no supervision and we will advertise our next ‘Meet the Farmer’ days when you will be able to have a closer look at the pigs.

We are a working farm so please keep to the path (signs are out and you can take a map!)


The farm hub and toilet are wheelchair-accessible. We have a free-to-use Tramper (all-terrain electric mobility vehicle). Just get in touch to book it!

There are no gates or stiles to navigate and the Tramper-accessible route is marked on the map. we’ve been trying our best to make the paths as even as possible from ground which was previously in agricultural use, but please be aware that it is rough and quite bumpy in places.


We have a small free-to-use car park with overflow parking on the grass next to it during dry weather.