Felderland Farm Pick Your Own

This popular pick-your-own farm with a commitment to sustainable farming grows a wide range of seasonal produce, including strawberries, cherries, sunflowers, apples and pumpkins.

Felderland Farm Pick Your Own is an Attraction. Area Deal, Sandwich


20 Deal Road
CT14 0BJ

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Useful info

  • Available: Dog-friendly
  • Available: Family-friendly
  • Available: Food and drink on site
  • Available: Guide dogs, Hearing dogs and Registered assistance dogs welcome
  • Available: Nature-positive initiatives
  • Available: On-site parking (charges may apply)
  • Available: Reduced food miles, local seasonal produce, plant-based options
  • Available: Visitor toilet/s
  • Available: Coach parties welcome
  • Available: No single-use plastic
  • Available: Coach parking available
  • Available: Blue badge/ accessible parking bay/s
  • Not available: Accessible


Free entry


Felderland PYO Farm is situated in the Garden of England, the perfect Kentish retreat from the hustle and bustle of daily life and a great place to enjoy a family day out. Tucked between Sandwich and Deal's picturesque coastal towns, Felderland Farm is one of Kent's most significant Pick Your Own farms. They grow a wide range of fresh seasonal produce, including strawberries, cherries, raspberries, plums, blackberries, sunflowers, apples and pumpkins. These are available to pick when in season. Entry to the farm is free and you pay for the produce you pick. 

There is a children's play area on site and picnic tables to enjoy food and drink from the coffee shop. There is also a farm shop selling other local produce. 

The farm is open from early June to late October, Tuesdays to Sundays, 10am to 4.30pm (last entry 4pm). 

Coaches are welcome - please contact the farm beforehand - and there are special sessions for school groups. Please contact the farm to discuss and book. 

Please note that the farm will only be open at weekends during September.

Sustainable farming

Felderland Farm is committed to promoting sustainable practices by:

  • using recyclable punnets and eco-friendly disposable items in the coffee shop.
  • using local suppliers to reduce food miles
  • donating surplus fruit and vegetables to local livestock farms and plants to local schools and composting all other green waste.
  • planting wildflowers/messy areas for wildlife and pollinators
  • hosting bird, bat and bee boxes and planting natural windbreaks
  • Introducing beneficial insects and holistic practices over using pesticides.