We are very pleased to be re-opening Les Caches Farm, after an extensive period of property repair and development at this important National Trust of Guernsey site, generously bequeathed by Ruth Le Huray in 1993.
Originally restored under the guidance of the Trust’s building advisor Andrew Dyke, the property and collective site buildings, remain under the careful eye of next generation CCD architects and advisors, Stuart Pearce and Oliver Westgarth.
Les Caches Farm’s provenance, history to date and quirky idiosyncrasies are remarkably interesting.
Three tours of Les Caches Old Barn, take place this coming Sunday 7th May, 2017 with each tour running for about 45 minutes.
Trust Curator, Christian Morris will host the guided tours and give a fascinating insight into the life and times of Guernsey’s only 15th Century farmhouse, open to the public.
Tour times: 1200/1245 : 1300/1345 : 1400/1445
The tours are free, but we would appreciate a donation of £2 per person.
Parking is available, with a designated space for those needing special assistance.
Facilities are available.
At this stage, no refreshments are available, but please feel free to bring along a rug and a picnic, to enjoy the surrounding land and recently planted apple orchard at Les Caches Farm.
If you enjoy walking, Les Caches Farm is a good place to visit, en route to some of Guernsey’s most outstanding South West cliff paths.
For more information, please contact NTG Curator, Christian Morris:
Telephone: 07781 127476 or
How to find us:
Les Caches Farm, Les Villets, Forest.
Perry’s Guide: 28D4
Bus routes: 41 and 42
Look for Les Caches Farm on NTG Google Map: