About Bedingham Hall
History & Features
Bedingham Hall, formerly known as Rookery Farm, is a Grade 11 listed 17th century farmhouse that has hosted touring caravans for several years.
The house is on the site of an earlier moated manor and is one of a number of moated sites in the area. The reason for their original construction is unknown.
It is a third generation family farm and we use modern farming practices in a sustainable way. This ensures that we produce high quality crops whilst protecting the environment.
We encourage a diversity of flora and fauna by leaving areas of fields uncultivated. We cut hedges late in winter so that birds can forage on the berries during the colder months, and each year we leave a proportion of our hedges uncut.
There are several owl boxes installed on the farm, two of which have been occupied by owls over the last five years, and they have successfully fledged several young. We also have a program of restoring our farm ponds.
The barn where we store our crops is covered with solar panels which provides energy to our farm including the Touring Caravans & Motorhome Site and Vintage Romany Caravan meadow.
Any energy we do not use goes back into the national grid.