Hill Farm Apiary
A stunning location in Rowde Wiltshire, surrounding by fields, hedges and gifted with a pond nearby, teeming with wildlife. This apiary is home to several British national hives and 2 Top bar Hives.
Manor Farm Apiary
On the edge of the famous Circle of Stones in Avebury, this apiary is located in a small hamlet part of a protected area, where farmers are following a chart to protect the ecosystem, including bees.
The beehives are sitting in a vast field which is kept by the farmer for wild flowers, allowing wildlife to thrive. When visiting the apiary, we always have spectators such as birds, various mammals, reptiles and so on! Beautiful!
The newest of our apiaries, nested in the small village of Hinton - South Gloucestershire surrounded by local gardens, an orchard and wild hedges. A bee heaven...
Pipley Bottom Farm Apiary
Once the local farmer said: "There is gold is those hills!"
We can only agree! And what a stunning view from this apiary in South-Gloucestershire.
The beehives are living there in a perfect environment, wild flowers, lime trees, various fruit trees in abundance... and a river at the bottom of the hill.
7 British national hives and 1 TBH are on this site for the production of an exceptional honey.
Hawk How Apiary
Go up the hill and you will walk in an heritage orchard. Go down and you will reach the bank of the wonderful Chew Valley Lake. Thanks to the owner of this land to host our apiary in North somerset, where our bees can enjoy nectar and pollen from a vast range of flowers and trees. The honey has a very distinctive taste, thanks to the apple trees nearby!