Welcome to Boundary Farm
Set in the heart of Suffolk in a picturesque valley the home of the Rogers family, Boundary Farm has been established as a top cross country course and holiday venue.
Boundary farm is set in 170 acres of quarry-laden fields and woodland in Suffolk, just north of Ipswich on the A1120 (also known as the Tourist Route). All the fields remain as grass with plenty of hedges for cover. Shooting is available all year round with air rifles, plus additional opportunities with FAC air rifles when accompanied by the owner or his agent. You will need suitable insurance available from BASC or a similar organisation. Strictly No Insurance No Shooting.
The accommodation consists of two 16th Century buildings known as Horseman’s House and The Harness Rooms. The renovation is to the highest standard and combines the best of modern comfort with the charm of original wooden beams and brickwork.
Horseman’s House sits directly above the stables on two levels and offers one double bedroom, plus two twin bedrooms. The bathroom has a bath with shower plus basin and toilet. The kitchen is fully equipped with a full hob and oven, microwave, toaster, kettle, fridge, dishwasher and washing machine.
The living/dining room offers comfortable seating as you relax around and either watch the large Freeview flat Screen TV or admire the views out the window. You also have use of the large seating area in the garden.
The Harness Rooms is a self-contained apartment next to Horseman’s House and has a double bedroom. The bathroom has a bath with shower, plus basin and toilet. The kitchen is fully equipped with a full hob and oven, microwave, toaster and kettle.
The living/dining room offers cosy seating and a Freeview flat screen TV and guests have use of a private patio with a seating area and large barbecue.
Both apartments come with an approved gun safe for your rifles. Bedding and towels are provided
You are free to roam over a number of separate fields and woodland, which are home to an abundance of quarry, especially rabbits. Dotted around the property are several horse jumps offering extra cover and sniping positions. You could spend a week here and not need to shoot in the same field twice.
There are a number of extra shooting opportunities offered, depending on season, such as driven shoots, roost shooting, rough shooting, the lamping of rabbits and foxes, and clay pigeon shooting.
These may not always take place on the farm, but on one of our many other permissions. Clay shooting takes place at the nearby High Lodge Shooting Ground. Please talk to us about what is available and the cost at the time of booking.