Upper Parsonage Farm is part of a 1400 acre family farm, owned and farmed by the family since our Great Grandfather migrated from Cumbria in 1904. We are now in our fourth generation and it is currently farmed by Sue’s husband Nick and son, Jack, with Nick’s brother Matthew. It is a mixed traditional farm of 400 sheep, all grazed on the South Downs. Predominately we now farm wheat, barley, and oats and rape. We farm another 1800 acres for our cousin and two neighbouring farms. It’s quite a spectacle in the Summer months when the crops are harvested, with combines working across all the neighbouring fields! The farm has seen many changes since Sue started our hospitality business in 2004, from our first Dutch visitors that asked to camp, to a small campsite, Shepherd’s Hut and an individual self-catering room. Nestled in the heart of the picturesque Meon Valley, we pride ourselves in a relaxing countryside stay. Self-Catering, Camping and Shepherd’s Hut. The unique way to stay in the heart of the Meon Valley.
Upper Parsonage Farm
Stay at Upper Parsonage Farm, a traditional 1,400-acre working farm with beautiful surroundings, located just on the outskirts of East Meon.
The Petersfield Elf Trail has arrived in town! Can you spot them all? You can head to our website to download the digital poster or try one of the brilliant businesses involved to pick up a paper copy!