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Welcome to The Farm Burscough

The Farm Burscough offers a farm shop, tea room / restaurant and 4 star rated bed & breakfast in Lancashire.

We have renovated an 18th Century brick-barn to the highest standards and our warm welcome and homemade produce is award winning. We also have free wi-fi for customers  throughout our Fully Licensed tea room and B&B.

We have created the ideal place to get a true taste of the country. Just five miles from England’s Classic Resort of Southport and the historic market town of Ormskirk. And 40 minutes drive from the centre of the 2008 Capital of Culture – Liverpool.

The Farm Burscough staff

Farm Shop

For the best local and home grown produce visit our shop.

Four Star B&B Accommodation

Enjoy a break at our farmhouse B&B, check availability and book now on our new online booking sytem.

Single Room £50 per night – B&B 

Double/Twin £80 per night – B&B

 Family Room £80 + £10 per child bed (suitable for upto 4 people) – B&B


Tea Rooms and Farm Restaurant

Freshly-prepared, wholesome food always on offer. We make all of our food fresh to order using the very best local produce alongside our own homemade and homegrown foods. Selection of ales and wines also available.

Countryside Leisure Activities

Relax in the beautiful Lancashire countryside and enjoy many of the local attractions in this fantastic part of the country. We have a farm walk which takes in our lake as well as our hens, pigs, sheep and alpacas

Caravanning and Camping

Superb facilities await you at our scenic campsite. Both hard-standing and grass pitches available with electric hook-ups, shower and toilet facilities on site – from £18.00 per night per pitch.




Martin Mere Walk A Delight

William and Charlotte on the Trail

After “enjoying” a Royal Wedding Garden Party a little too much; Dad, William and Charlotte needed to walk across the Mere yesterday to go and collect the family car!

It was a delightful stroll which certainly helped to blow away the cobwebs of the day before. Linking to our own farm walk, the new trail takes you alongside many of the lakes and wildlife areas to finish up at the front entrance of Martin Mere WWT. You also pass by the new canoe-safari route which has just been launched as a new visitor attraction. More on that soon in another posting!

It took us around 40 mins to walk to Martin Mere and we took our time to have a good look at the wildlife along the way including geese with their goslings and a great variety of butterflies which were enjoying the new meadow areas and hedges.

Two of the many Butterflies we saw

William Points The Way

The Farm Burscough is signed along the walk from Martin Mere as you can see being stylishly modelled by William above. The walk was a great tonic for when you are a little “tired” from the recent festivities.

The view from one of the Hides

Great walk the other way too as you can end up at our tea room / restaurant for a tasty treat.

Potatoes Go In The Ground

Three Generations Get Planting

We have been busy planting our main crop potatoes this week which should be ready by around June or July.

We have put in Ambo variety which have proved very popular sellers in our shop and also at our famrer’s markets. We were one of the first in the North West to grow this variety a few years ago and have awards for the tasty tatty.

Three generations helped to get the crop in the ground as William joined Bill and David while he was off school for the Spring Break.

You can see from our pictures that the weather helped us out while we were in the field, but a bit of rain in the evenings would be quite welcome to give them a boost in the early stages. Hope you enjoy seeing what we have been up to!

Down To Work

Tractor and Planter

Out in the field