Enjoy the Great Outdoors!
We are so lucky to have so many beautiful open spaces to enjoy here at Warren Farm. With beautiful British countryside and miles on sandy beaches right on our doorstep we really are spoilt for choice!
Experience true freedom on our picturesque Farm Walk, re-live your childhood building sandcastles on the beach or get active riding along the Brean to Weston cycle path.
Oh, I do like to be beside the Seaside
Get a healthy dose of ‘vitamin sea’ as you stroll bare foot in the sand, breathe in the sea air and build sandcastles with the kids. Find out more about Brean Beach here.
Expansive country walks
Get back to nature on our Farm Walk. Wander through four miles of farmland with breath-taking panoramic views. Perfect for a relaxing stroll or to let the kids run free. Why not take a picnic too? Find out more about our Farm Walk here.
Bring your own ball and have kick-about on one of our football pitches, shoot some hoops or even have a go at volleyball! Great fun the whole family can enjoy!
Outdoor Play Areas
We have six outdoor play areas for your little ones to enjoy, on Fields 4, 5, 6 and 11 (Sunnyside), and an adventure play trail by the Games Field. There is also play equipment in The Beachcomber Beer Garden.
Our three-acre Fishing Lake is well-stocked with a variety of coarse fish including common, ghost and mirror carp, roach, bream, rudd and tench. You can pick up your fishing permit and any equipment you may need from J.T.Angling. Find out more about our fishing lake here.
Brean to Weston Cycle Path
Blow away the cobwebs on this stunning scenic coastal walk. Lots of wildlife and a history lesson too if you make it all the way to the Napoleonic Fort. Find out more about Brean Down here.
Park up at the bottom of Brent Knoll and climb the hill to see amazing panoramic views of Somerset.
Other local footpaths include 'Crooked Lane' (Stoddens Lane, Burnham-on-Sea to Brent Knoll) and 'Middle Street' (Red Road, Berrow to Brent Knoll). There is no parking nearby for these footpaths so they would need to be included as part of a longer walk. Find out more about Somerset walks here.View All Articles
Date published: Tue 30th Jun 2020
Updated: Thu 2nd Jul 2020