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Cammas Hall Farm is a family-owned and run business located in the beautiful Essex countryside which provides a memorable day out for all the family! We are proud to say that Cammas Hall was named ‘PYO of the Year’ in 2023 by the Farm Retail Association
From June to September you can enter our fruit fields to pick seasonal fruit including strawberries, raspberries, gooseberries, cherries, blueberries, blackcurrants and blackberries. We also offer PYO sunflowers, sweetcorn & onions! Just visit our website to view what we have available to pick, book your time slot and purchase your voucher (redeemable against produce picked).
In addition you can also access our farm shop, cafe, play area and nature trail without the need for a booking so why not come and join us for lunch and enjoy all our facilities? From August to October you can also challenge yourself in our seven-acre Maize Maze (tickets available to purchase on site).
Throughout the season we hold a number of events including our Easter trail, Halloween pumpkin patch, children’s workshops, animal experiences, beer festivals, craft fairs and horticultural workshops so please check what’s going on in advance.
Our event marquees can host children’s parties, baby showers, private functions, school visits and team building events. Get in touch to find out more!
We are proud to say that Cammas Hall was voted ‘PYO of the Year’ in 2023 by the Farm Retail Association
- Disabled access - Wheelchair access is possible in many areas of the farm including the strawberry fields, the Tea Barn, the Farm Shop and the outdoor seating and play area. Please note that there is uneven ground and that adverse weather will affect accessibility.
- On-site catering
- On-site light refreshments
- Dogs Accepted - We do allow well-behaved dogs on a lead in the outdoor areas (except the fruit fields) at Cammas Hall Farm but we would request the following: If you are purchasing food please use the outside dining area. There are covered areas in case of extreme heat or rain. Please keep your dog on a lead at all times on the fruit farm. Dogs can be let off the lead on the Nature Trail but must remain under control at all times. Maize Maze – dogs on a lead can enter the maze. Fruit Fields/Pumpkin Fields/Pumpkin Patch – Dogs are not allowed. Please clean up after your dog. There are a number of dog waste bins situated around the farm and we have a supply of bags so just ask if you have forgotten your own. Bowls of water are provided for dogs near the entrance to the fruit fields and in the play area and we also sell locally produced dog treats and other pet products in the farm shop.
- School Trips
Map & Directions
Cammas Hall Farm is located in beautiful countryside on the Essex/Hertfordshire border, in easy reach of both London and Cambridge, being just 12 minutes drive from Junction 7A of the M11.
We are situated approximately eight miles south east of the market town of Bishop’s Stortford and 13 miles west of Chelmsford just outside the historic village of Hatfield Broad Oak. Our post code for navigation is CM22 7JT. This post code will take you to the entrance of the arable farm. The entrance to the fruit farm is located on the same road approximately half a mile away. Please follow the signs.
We have plenty of free parking on site. Disabled parking is located directly in front of the farm shop.
Public Transport Directions
There is no public transport directly to the farm. The nearest station to the farm is Sawbridgeworth, approximately 5 miles away, where taxi services are available. Bus 305 (from Bishop’s Stortford) stops in the nearby village of Hatfield Broad Oak which is around a mile’s walk to the farm along country roads with no pavements.