A 200-acre heathland farm near Frensham in Surrey, Pierrepont is a working dairy farm with restored Grade II listed buildings that are used by local artisans for making and selling everything from fudge to furniture.

The farm was gifted by the late Jo Baker and is home to a herd of Jersey cows. Each cow is fitted with a ‘tag’ that allows the farmer to track their location, productivity, and health.

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Nature at Pierrepont

The River Wey, noted for its aquatic invertebrates, runs through the margins of the farm, and the adjacent water meadows are designated Sites of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) for flora such as southern marsh orchid and devils-bit scabious. CRT volunteers manage this precious habitat, as well as the mature bluebell woodlands and hedgerows.


Pierrepont is located in Frensham, near Farnham. For Sat Nav use GU10 3BS.


The Old Dairy

Pierrepont Farm’s Old Dairy is home to a range of artisan businesses, offering delicious cheeses, eye-catching artworks, mouth-watering fudge, dazzling jewellery, and fabulous furniture. Opening times vary, but all welcome visits.

The Old Dairy

On the doorstep

Close by is The Rural Life Living Museum, revealing the story of rural life through the ages. Combine a visit to The Old Dairy with a trip to museum as a fun and educational day out for all the family.

Rural Life Living Museum 

You can also enjoy a circular walk from The Old Dairy right around Pierrepont Farm, and join up with Frensham Little Pond, a 13th century medieval bishop’s fishpond, set among beautiful, wildlife-rich heathland.

Frensham Little Pond