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All reviews herb garden sensory garden great breakfast lovely walk free attraction cakes free entry dog walkers small cafe couple of hours little gem well worth a visit car park coffee shop lovely afternoon tea room pigs
Well went for a nice Sunday walk, to loose a few pounds of Sunday lunch.
Thought I know pop up the farm,
What farm, a few pens of ducks, and,
A few more Chickens, oh and a couple of pigs. Not my idea of a...More
Spent 20mins here after a visit to Bushbury Crem.
Saw a few ducks, chickens and geese but nothing else, the sensory garden was ok but nothing exciting.
A real shame, not been here for years but has significantly deteriorated as a 'farm' - luckily it's...More
We went on the hottest day of the year to complete the fairy / unicorn trail. Our 4 year old loved it. There were stalls set up for fairy makeup / hair styles, ice creams - the drinks weren’t particularly cold in the shop but...More
Popped along to Northycote as we hadn't been for a few years and boy it was a quick visit not a lot to see a few ducks, hens, 2 sheep and pigs hiding in their shed. None of the animals seemed to have adequate water...More
It was a disappointment as the only animals were ducks, geese and chickens. The coffee shop was disappointing,I ordered a toasted tea cake which I could have built a house with, it was replaced but again not as fresh as it could have been.
very disappointed not many animals half you could not see for weeds advice for owner visit OAK TREE FARM shireoak 100 + animals free entry buy bucket of food £2.50 and you can hand feed all the animals NORTHYCOTE COULD AND SHOULD BE A GOLD...More
This farm is a small farm few chickens, ducks and sometimes the pigs are out but not much else. Has a small cafe and is a nice place to walk and explore having a large woodland and some fields. Nice if you want to have...More
We attended the Family Archeology Day today and had a fantastic day. We were taught how to be archeologists, and the people running the event were happy to listen to my childrens many questions! We found a lot of brick work and old iron nails,...More
Limited livestock but my 9 year old was quite happy anyway...we have a nice walk and she did a bit of climbing....fascinated by the cafe which included cow stalls and a fish tank.Visited in winter and the cafe provided a welcome warm drink.
This is a great place to take children or even go as adults to spend an hour. Several animals to look at the coffee shop is very good and very reasonable prices. I had the Rose and Pistachio cake which was delicious!. Surprisingly there is...More
Hi - It is a dog family venue. However, please note that dogs are not allowed in the animal enclosure area and are best on-lead when high volumes of visitors. They are welcome in the courtyard and outside of the cafe.