Jay Davey

 
 

Recently opened in 2015, Soho Farmhouse is a member's club in 100 acres of Oxfordshire countryside.  There's a seven-bedroom farmhouse, a four-bedroom cottage, 40 cabins , several restaurants and facilities galore - and you don't need to be a member to stay.  Cabins overlook one of four manmade lakes or a stream. 

My work here involved liaising with Head Gardener Anna Greenland, providing large hazel conical climbers and creating bespoke arches and insitu plant supports for the Kitchen Garden. These structures support a variety of produce, as well as look attractive.   It was fascinating to see the garden site develop over time.  Guests have made many positive comments since the work was completed, as well as requests for similar structures.  You can find more photographs of this work,  in the Insitu section of the website.

For more information on this luxury farmhouse resort:  www.sohofarmhouse.com