It is ulitmately, your responsibility to determine and make the expenses claim based on the facts of your situation.
You will need to determine where your place of business is.
BIM37605 advises that the "The cost of travelling from home to place of work is generally disallowed, representing as it does the (private) choice of where to live and that such is separate from the place of work.
BIM37605 - Wholly and exclusively: duality of, or non-trade, purpose: travel costs: home to work
This would be the case if you have offices on the land in question or spent the majority of the time on the land.
If the rental business is registered at your home address with DEFRA and the equipment used to run the rental business is based at your home address and there are no offices on the land in question and there were no regular journeys to the land (suggesting commuting), then your home address could be considered the of business and the cost of travelling between your home and the activity, would normally be an allowable expense. This would be a matter of fact.
Any expenses claimed must be ‘wholly and exclusively’ for the purpose of business use.