Fullers Hill Farm has been in the Jefferies family ownership since the 1920s. It is a fully working farm, set in the Cambridgeshire countryside, 15 miles from Cambridge and 50 from London. The main barns were constructed in 1840. In its former years the farm was mixed arable and cattle, today it is solely arable, producing wheat (milling and feed), barley for beer, rape for cooking oils and occasionally linseed and beans.
Little Gransden Airfield was established by the late Leonard Jefferies in 1963, and is a base for vintage and classic aircraft, some of which are the only ones of type in Europe, creating a flying museum with all aircraft privately owned. Today, Leonard’s sons Mark and John farm the land and manage the airfield.
Five of our stylishly renovated self catering apartments have been converted from the historic ‘1840 Barn’ and its surrounding outbuildings, including the original heavy horse stables and tack room. They have been finished to a very high standard, with stylish interior design and modern fittings, including underfloor heating powered by a ground source heat pump.
We have a further two recently renovated farm cottages dating from the 19th century, which have been restored to encompass modern living in a characterful setting.
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Children in Need Airshow and Classic car Show is staged at Little Gransden Airfield annually on the last Sunday of August, this is a very popular family event.