Tea Time at Warner’s Farm

Tea time at Warner’s Farm varies quite a lot.  Depending on my culinary mood, you might have a cream tea, lemon drizzle cake  (very lemmony indeed) or luscious chocolate cake – of course, it’s all zero calories because you’re having it here on an indulgent break! This one was set out by the pool, just…

Breakfast Room

Come and enjoy a bright and breezy breakfast at Warner’s Farm. We can accomodate little groups who want to breakfast on their own, or larger groups around a table that seats 8. In warm and sunny weather, you can of course breakfast outside by the pool, with a parasol to protect from the sun.

eco credentials

The latest Eco development at Warner’s Farm is the installation of a rain harvester.  This gathers rain that falls on roofs on the Eastern side of the property and stores it for future use. The rain Harvester is buried underground- 22 cubic metres of soil removed from a hole 8 x 8 x 10 feet deep…

New girl band of hens:

There was a nasty incident when the fox caught Paloma – always the cheeky one, she wandered off and met her nemesis. Such a lovely friendly hen, but maybe too friendly to Mr Fox. We learnt that you must never introduce a single chicken to a flock, so set off for 2 … and came…

Here come the Gir-rrls

At last we have our own chickens here at Warner’s Farm and here they  are: We have Paloma …. a ginger chicken who is probably the bravest of them all, Roxy ….. a brown chicken who seems to be the boss, Beyonce …….. a white chicken with black necklace who is always last out of…

2014 in review

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog. Here's an excerpt: The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 9,500 times in 2014. If it were a concert at Sydney Opera House, it would take about 4 sold-out performances for that many…