The history of High Gregg Hall

High Gregg Hall farm has been farmed by the Simpson family for four generations and is currently in the care of Mark Simpson with the help of dad Alan who farmed here until he retired.

Once a dairy farm, High Gregg Hall is now a mixed farm with beef and sheep, the farm also grows its own hay and haylage for the stock and horses.

The Lodge is part of a converted barn within the farm yard and was built in 1717. It once housed cows and had a hay loft above.  Many many years ago the barn also had a spinning gallery believed to be from the time the barn was used as a tithe barn.

Converted in the early 80’s when the barn was no longer suitable to house stock, the Lodge became a family home. Now the Lodge can be your home from home for your stay.