Tortworth is a diverse privately owned rural estate in South Gloucestershire, located at the northern gateway to The West of England. The estate extends to 4,500 acres encompassing woodland, a registered parkland and lakes, a farm shop, tenanted and in hand farmland, quarrying, commercial and residential property.
The Moreton family are the current custodians whose home it has been since the 1620’s. Their ambition is to work in partnership with the local community, stakeholders and businesses across the estate helping to maintain the area as a vibrant place to live and work in whilst making space for and respecting the natural environment.
Seasoned hardwood logs from our own sustainably managed woodland available for free local delivery. 8” logs: full load £220, half load £160 (full load = approx 1 tonne – 1.8 m3). Please call 01454 260268 or email us on firstname.lastname@example.org to place an order
Tortworth Lake is private with no rights of access. The estate however welcomes the public to enjoy this special place on the first Sunday of each month from February to October only. Opening times are:-
February, March, September & October: 10:00am - 5:00pm
April, May, June, July & August: 10:00am - 6:00pm
Unfortunately, due to unforeseen circumstances Opening Times may vary. For updates on any changes, please check the estate’s Facebook site.
Local clubs and charities have for many years been selling refreshments on the open Sundays, helping raise funds towards their running costs. These have included, Tortworth, Cromhall and Charfield primary schools, RNLI, SARA, Charfield Junior Football Club, Mind Café and Castle School Thornbury.
The estate has four holiday cottages offering a great base to explore the Cotswolds, Bristol, Bath and The Wye Valley, or simply to shut the door and enjoy the countryside on your doorstep.
The cottages are available through Holiday Cottages.
Managed by Linking Environment And Farming OFS is one of the farming industry’s biggest success stories and something the estate is passionate about supporting. It is a great opportunity to come and say hello to the local producers whose supply the estate farm shop or get a tractor and trailer ride to meet some of the estate’s organic dairy cows and get an insight in to how we farm.
This summer (2023) we will be upgrading the dairy parlour and therefore sadly have decided not to hold OFS. We will keep you updated on our plans for 2024.