At Kitchen Coos & Ewes you can enjoy a guided experience of farm animals in their natural environment. Get up close to Highland cattle and sheep from the safety and comfort of our purpose built trailer. Our trailer has padded seats and it's wind and water tight.
There's no need for wellies just grab a coat and come as you are. Finish off with tea/coffee/juice and home baking fresh from the farmhouse kitchen - it's all included in the price.
We have a range of dates and different experiences available to book on-line but if the dates don't suit you then give us a call on 01581600223 and we'll do our best to arrange a suitable date. If we're out working on the farm when you call leave a message and we'll get back to you.
N.B. Visits must be booked in advance of arrival.
Join us for a walking tour of our beautiful farm, accompanied by a knowledgable guide and showcasing the history, scenery and of course some traditional farmhouse baking. The route is 1.5 miles and visitors should wear clothes and footwear appropriate to weather conditions and be able to walk on an uneven surface.
Our introductory experience that gets you straight out on to the hill among our beautiful Highland Coos. You'll have plenty of time to get photos and learn all about the fold from your experienced guides.
*The experience must be booked in advance and numbers are limited to fifteen people.*
If you don't see a date available that suits you give Kitchen Coos & Ewes a call on 07944850823.
A longer tour, where you'll start off by meeting some of our record breaking flock of Beltex sheep, before getting in among the cattle on the hill. Return to the farm for a sheep shearing demonstration then enjoy a cream tea with your hosts in the farmhouse kitchen.
*Tours must be booked in advance and ticket sales will be limited to eight per tour.*
The full Kitchen Coos and Ewes experience.
This is a bespoke and personal farm experience that can be tailored to suit you or your group's expectations.
Visit the Highland coos on the hill. Round up sheep with our collie dog and see (or even try your hand at) sheep shearing and wool rolling. Enjoy a picnic lunch at a little known beauty spot on the farm. Explore the archaeological and natural features on the farm like burnt mounds and hut circles. Then enjoy a farmhouse cream tea at our kitchen table and reflect on your time on the hill before you go.
It’s no secret the South of Scotland boasts some of the best foodie experiences on offer. In the south east, there’s a long history of fishing and right here in Dumfries and Galloway, we’re know for our quality livestock.
To celebrate this, VisitScotland have put together a list of 20 food and drink experiences in South Scotland that are not to be missed. And we’re pleased to say, Kitchen Coos and Ewes makes the list!