A property close to Budmarsh decided to burn their dumping site and as nature would have it, an August wind arose and the fire spread rapidly and powerfully into the grass of the lodge. Fortunately the dams, canals and small bodies of water on the farm prevented the fire from reaching the Lodge or the staff quarters.
Hospitality students from Westcol were treated to a demonstration on how to fillet a fish by Budmarsh Country Lodge’s Executive Chef.
A grove of lemon, lime and olive trees was planted at Budmarsh in early summer, with the hope that within a few years it would be an ideal place to enjoy a summer picnic.
A racing pigeon flying over Budmarsh recently decided to obey the call of his soul rather than his ego, and gave up on winning a race for his owner.
The Budmarsh dam has some new residents...
This Mother's Day, treat your mother to a memorable experience at Budmarsh.
Our new website showcases the very best of what Budmarsh has to offer its guests, from luxurious accommodation and memorable fine dining, to scenic natural surrounds and special events.