Ahead of 2018 season’s general opening of Les Caches Farm at Les Villets, Forest, please join us for a family and friends event, marking the completion of building conservation work at the site and the official naming of The Walter Langlois Barn. The event also celebrates the contribution, inspiration and vision of Advocate Walter Langlois and relations, Richard Heaume and Gillian Lenfestey.
Richard Heaume, nephew of the late Advocate Walter Langlois, will officially open The Walter Langlois Barn.
Heritage buildings and The Apple Orchard open for all ages to explore and enjoy
Special performance by Ashleigh de Jersey-Moore at the Farmhouse’s first-floor, vaulted-ceiling room
No entry charge. Parking.
Bequeathed to the Trust by Ruth Le Huray, in 1993, the farm buildings at Les Caches have, from acquisition to completion, taken over twenty years to restore, at a cost of around a million pounds. The Trust hopes that this significant property restoration, situated at a picturesque hamlet in the heart of Guernsey’s countryside, will be enjoyed by many people for generations to come, in many different ways.
How to find us:
Les Caches Farm location map
Perry’s Guide Map: FST 28D4
Simply put: heading along Rue des Villets, towards Le Gouffre Restaurant – Les Caches Farm is on the right hand side of the road, set back and at the top of a gravel drive. Look out for the signature thatched roof.