How to find us:
Our farm is located four miles north of Truro and can be accessed via country lanes from the city or via the A30. Please note, using our postcode or SatNav is not a reliable way to find us – use this link instead.
Parking on the farm:
We have very limited parking on-site so parking is restricted and must be pre-purchased via our website in advance. On-site parking costs £5 per vehicle and spaces are allocated on arrival using our car park, grass verge and hardcore lane. A member of our team will be on hand to take your name and direct you to the nearest space.
If you haven’t pre-booked parking or parking is no longer available, please use the shuttle service or make your own way (there’ll be a drop-off area for taxis and friends/family kindly giving you a lift!)
If you’ve purchased a Bed & Breakfast ticket, on-site parking for one vehicle is included.
Shuttle Service from Llama Lland:
We’ve arranged for A2B to run a shuttle service over the weekend (day and night) between the farm and our kind neighbours at Llama Lland. Parking at Llama Lland (Penare Farm, TR4 9DG) is free and the minibus fare is included with your ticket but please book your seat! (Travel seats for children are not provided but the minibuses are pushchair and wheelchair friendly – may need to be collapsed).
Shuttle times – By night:
The shuttle will run from Llama Lland to Nancarrow approximately every half an hour between 5.30pm and 7.30pm (all feasts begin at 7.30pm). It’ll take guests back to their cars at the same intervals between 10pm and 11.30pm. Please don’t miss the last shuttle!
Shuttle times – By day:
The shuttle will run from Llama Lland to Nancarrow approximately every half an hour between 9.45am and 11.45am, then from the farm back to Llama Lland between 12.45 and 3.30pm (or 4.30pm on Sunday). Please don’t miss the last shuttle!
As a working organic beef and lamb farm, our meat will feature heavily across the weekend. However, we have also put a lot of hard work into our kitchen gardens and are constantly gathering, preserving & pickling from the fields & hedgerows to keep our larder well stocked. There’ll be vegetarian, vegan and gluten free options available throughout the weekend, and we can also cater for any specific dietary requirements for our feasts. – please include these details when booking online in the ‘additional information’ section or contact us.
Pre-Purchased Meals & On the day payments:
It would be a huge help if you could pre-purchase your daytime food; it means we’ll have a much clearer idea of how many portions to prepare. This will ultimately speed up service time and help to prevent anyone missing out! We’re offering a discount for those who pre-purchase their food, too.
You’ll be able to purchase food and drink on the day. A variety of drinks, snacks and street food tokens are available at the bar which accepts payments by cash and card. We’d prefer it if you didn’t bring picnics, thank you!
Are your Feasts suitable for children?
This is a question we get asked a lot and it’s not an easy one to answer! Generally speaking, our feast nights are for grown-ups. However, if you have a young person in your life who you think would enjoy the atmosphere and adventurous menus, they’re welcome to come along (full price ticket). Babies are also very welcome (no ticket necessary) but please note, the barns can be quite loud. Our daytime events are more family friendly so you may wish to attend one of these instead.
Unfortunately, dogs are not allowed on site. Please do not bring them with you!
More Questions? If you have any questions about 1000 Mouths that are not answered on the website please do get in touch with us!