Set in a peaceful rural location at Les Villets hamlet, in the Forest, Les Caches Farm is a wonderful example of two farmhouses with associated outbuildings. The oldest farmhouse dates from the early to mid 15th Century, with the second farmhouse being constructed in 1840. The farm buildings are surrounded by pastures, including a thriving young Apple Orchard, planted in February 2017 by Year Six Forest Primary School children and sponsored by The Channel Islands Co-operative Society.
The National Trust of Guernsey is delighted to offer a guided tour of Les Caches Farm, given by Andrew Dyke, Project Architect and Special Buildings Advisor to the Trust.
Sunday 25 June at 2.30pm
Andrew’s role has been pivotal in this, the National Trust of Guernsey’s most longstanding restoration and conservation project, spanning nearly twenty years. Andrew’s in depth involvement promises a tour filled with exceptional insight and detail, much of which will be unique to this event.
Starting at 2.30pm, this special tour of Les Caches Farm will last for approximately 45 minutes. If interest is high, we would be pleased to hold a second tour and an indication of interest would be helpful. Please let us know by emailing: email@example.com or by ‘attending the event’ on our Facebook page.
Cost: suggested donation of minimum £2 per person
Parking: limited availability on site, including one place for those needing special assistance.
Facilities: WC on site.