Wider Estate

Belmont Estate, Not Just A House and Gardens

Wider Estate

We don’t just have the house and gardens here at Belmont. We also have holiday cottages, workshops, woodlands and our own farm. Sustainability is important to us and everything we do has this goal in mind.

Belnor Farms

Farming on the Estate is carried out via Belnor Farms Limited who operate 2,000 acres of in hand farming, principally combinable crops (wheat, oil seed rape, beans) as well as managing traditional Kent downland grass meadows, parkland and orchards by combining commercial farming with best practice through environmental stewardship.

The Company also provide an arable contracting service and are happy to provide this service to neighbouring farms. Please direct enquiries to Ben Binder at benb@sentry.co.uk

670 acres of traditional coppiced woodland

Belmont Forestry

We supply quality seasoned hardwood logs for open fires, wood burners and multi fueled stoves. Free delivery within a 10-mile radius of Belmont.

£80.00 - 1.3m3

£100.00 - 2m3

£140.00 - 2.7m3

If you require the logs to be stacked in a wood-store at your property there will be an additional charge of £10.00.

To place an order, please call the Forestry Office on 01795 890 228.

Bushcraft Courses

Badger Bushcraft, founded by Phil Brown in 2008, offers high quality courses and bespoke training in basic and advanced bushcraft skills, wilderness survival training, primitive technology, nature-based learning events, wild foods and foraging plus lots, lots more.

They offer a very well established and highly regarded educational workshops for schools which take place in their woodland base on the Belmont Estate.

For more information or to make a booking, please visit www.badgerbushcraft.com

Respect. Protect. Enjoy!

Belmont is a 3,500-acre working estate made up of farmland, woodland and parkland situated within the North Downs AONB.

There are several public footpaths crossing the estate farmland, these are indicated by finger pointed posts or yellow footpath signs – please do not stray from these public footpaths. A good ordnance survey map will show where the footpaths are. Please note there are no public footpaths over the parkland at Belmont.

Please keep to the footpaths so that the other users of the Estate are not disturbed. Do not walk around the edge of a field unless there is a footpath sign indicating that a public right of way follows the edge of the field.

Please respect the beauty of our estate and those who live and work on it by leaving this beautiful place as you found it.

We are currently working on a possible ‘permitted’ circuit walk that would start and finish at the park; we hope to share with you shortly. In the meantime, go with care and take a moment to stand, stare and breathe. Enjoy.

For more information and maps, please click the Countryside Code button below.

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The Estate provides opportunities for workshops and other rural based commercial activities. For further details visit www.clarkeandsimpson.co.uk