Purchased in 2014, Sidings Farm, is set within 8 acres of prime farmland on the edge of the Fens, deep in the heart of Cambridgeshire. Surrounded by open, arable farmland, a golf course and a fisheries farm our smallholding is something of a novelty and draws it’s name from the now defunct St Ives to Ramsey branch line of the London & North Eastern Railway (now removed) railway line.
In recent years the farm has been used as the headquarters for a transport company, a kitchen design and build company and numerous other small businesses, we aim to restore it to a small, working farm - much as it was during WWII. Producing meat, vegetables and sustainable electricity we keep close control of our carbon footprint and aim to continue to provide a neutral or negative emission rating.
Pidley Bottom Cottages and Shepherd’s Huts enjoy a peaceful, rural location close to the pretty, riverside town of St Ives and within striking distance of Cambridge.