We at Acton Scott Farm are committed to providing a good quality service whilst minimising the environmental impact on our activities and the farm is in a Higher Entry Level Environmental Stewardship Agreement with Natural England and we are proud to have been awarded a SILVER award (from summer 2012) in the Green Tourism Business Scheme. We are no longer a member of the Green Tourism business Scheme, but continue to protect the Enviroment as always.
Acton Scott is in an area of outstanding natural beauty and it is good walking area with many walks in the surrounding countryside, some right from our door step including one on our farm, so you can leave your car at the farm and enjoy the peace of the countryside, look out for foxgloves in Callow hollow or bluebells in the woods in spring, in the evening you may see a fox, a deer, a badger a deer or bats going about their business, others walks start from Church Stretton, or Craven Arms where you can leave your car and where you can purchase some local produce to enjoy on your walk, on weekends (usually Easter to end of September) you can catch the Shuttle bus which takes you into the heart of the hills from which you can walk and then catch the bus at a later stop or just sit on the bus and enjoy the scenery, or stop off for a meal and a drink at a local pub or cafÃ©., or for a change catch a train into the Heart of Wales down the Dovey Valley to Machynlleth and along the Cambrian Coast to Aberystwyth or Harlech.
Recycling is done where possible, all bottles (glass and plastic) Old batteries and papers will be recycled if left separately by your waste bin or basket.
At Breakfast food is sourced locally where possible, English Back Bacon from Wall's the Butcher in Craven Arms, Sausages from Hough & Sons Farmers and Butchers Church Stretton or Wall's, Marmalade from Mrs Feetham, Mrs Darlington or Homemade and Honey from Tom Hall of Westhope.