Holwell Farm is situated in a delightful rural area in Somerset. 1 mile from historic Mells, 1 mile from Babington House and 5 miles from Frome.
Holwell Farm is a relaxed place for your workshop or self storage needs.
Just get in touch to discuss your requirements and see how we can help. Call us on 01373-813507 or email: info AT holwellfarm.co.uk
For over 14 years, we have been providing safe and affordable self storage space for businesses and individuals. Many of our current customers have been with us for over 7 years and direct references are always available.
Our self storage includes container storage – ideal for household items, barn storage, open storage and garage style storage. Terms are flexible. The farm is always attended and is covered by 24hrs CCTV.
Containers are brand new (not leaky and rusty) and are 20′ long x8’x8′. Rates are from £20.00/week (no VAT). We are never knowingly undersold.
To give some examples – we store Glastonbury festival stages, classic cars, double decker buses, boats and of course household items during renovations, down sizing or working overseas. Our customers live as far away as California and France.
What seems to work well is that we are also able and happy to accommodate unusual requests – like ‘can you store a 35′ boat?’ Yes we can!
If you’re looking for somewhere to work where there is a friendly atmosphere with chickens, ponies and dogs running about, then you have found it.
We have a variety of spaces for you, depending on your business and of course what size and stage you are at. From stables that are like double garages, through to traditional stone built barns, your growth can be catered for. References are available from any of our current tenants some of whom have been here over 10 years.
Crucially, we have very flexible terms to allow for the uncertainty of business today. The farm is always attended and is covered by 24hrs CCTV. Gates are locked at night – but you will have access.
At present we have carpenters, importers, spar makers and woodland crafts – and everyone seems to get on and help each other – lending gear or just lending a hand unloading. We don’t have the facilities for motor engineering.