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.*

Meet at the farm office before boarding our passenger trailer. First stop is to meet and get some great photos of our record breaking Beltex sheep. Next, you'll be taken out onto the hill where you can get more pictures of our magnificent Highland coos in their natural environment.

Return to the farm for a sheep shearing demonstration and then enjoy a cream tea with your hosts in the farmhouse kitchen before you leave.

Highlights
  • Meeting our record breaking flock of Beltex sheep.
  • See the coos in their natural environment.
  • Sheep shearing demonstration.
  • Enjoy a cream tea with your hosts in the farmhouse kitchen.
Sundays at 2pm
£28 per person
2.5 hours

Our other tours

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.

Tuesdays at 10am
£15
2 hours

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.

Saturdays at 2pm
£15 per adult, £7.50 per child under sixteen
1.5 hours

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.

Contact us to arrange a date and time
£340 per group (maximum four people)
5.5 hours