The Touring Park
New Hall Farm Touring Park has been designed exclusively for adults. We offer a quiet and relaxing stay in the Nottinghamshire countryside.
Scroll further down the page to read more about the farm history and conservation management.
The Brown family has been farming in Edingley and Halam for over 200 years. David and Jill Brown now manage New Hall Farm, once part of a nearby estate, in a traditional way.
Our beef suckler herd graze on ancient "rig and furrow" parkland pasture, which has not been ploughed since the days of the horse plough. New born calves epitomize the peace and tranquillity that awaits you.
As a result of many years of careful conservation management we have an abundance of wildlife on the farm, which is now in the Countryside Stewardship Scheme.
Situated on the New Hall Ridge some 100 metres above sea level; the Touring Park offers panoramic views in all directions. Visitors frequently comment on the spectacular views from the site. On a clear day, you can see Lincoln Cathedral and Belvoir Castle.
Conservation is a high priority at New Hall Farm. Crop rotation not only replaces nutrients back to the soil but also helps wildlife to survive.
Grass margins around the wheat fields, together with minimum use of artificial fertilizers and careful set aside management, provide food and cover for the ground nesting birds like the skylark and lapwing.
Most of our hedges are trimmed every two years in an "A" shape during the winter before the songbirds have started building their nests. This allows the hedge to thicken and offers good cover, making it more difficult for the Magpie to "hedge hop" and take the young fledglings.
The secluded site is set amongst mature oak, ash and beech trees.