About Bredy Farm

Bredy farm is situated in the heart of the picturesque Bride Valley. Being an idyllic little farm nestled alongside the Jurassic Coast in the outskirts of Burton Bradstock; Bredy Farm offers the perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.

Here at Bredy Farm, Orchard and Mead camping is available for the best part of the year and weekend music festivals and events are held throughout the summer.

We sell scrumptious Talbot Harris cider and have recently installed a microbrewery with beers to come! The farm also operates traditional farming practices, including looking after our flock of sheep, our small herd of beef cattle, pigs and geese.

The most recent diversification project on the farm includes our new Italian-style cafe-restaurant… The Parlour which opened in January 2020!

With such a beautiful setting it’s understandable that the venues here at Bredy Farm have become a very popular site for weddings and parties, which we are more than happy to try to accommodate on request.

Check out the rest of our site and find out more about what Bredy Farm has to offer.

Updates straight from the cow’s mouth… 

An update from the farm… March 2021

March 16th, 2021|0 Comments

**Festivals** We are finally feeling hopeful and looking forwards to the summer, and preparations are well under way for our festivals in 2021! We've been in communications with licensing and the local authorities, and it's [...]

COVID-19-2021 Update: Bredy Farm Camping

July 2nd, 2020|0 Comments

**April 12th** We’re very excited to open The Orchard and Mead campsites from April 12th. We appreciate these are still delicate times regarding the control of Covid-19 and have conducted an in-depth risk assessment resulting [...]


May 8th, 2020|0 Comments

We've got the fabulous Sweet Jesus or the delightful Monica Lewinsky available to purchase in 10 litre size bag-in-boxes. The boxes can quite easily fit in your fridge and always best consumed as quickly as [...]

Bredy Farm a beauty to be enjoyed by all!

Dating back to the 1950s, the family have always welcomed the public onto the farm with open arms.
It gives us great pleasure to be able to continue to share this beautiful farm with people from far and wide.

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