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A hidden gem

Angie's snack shack is tucked away in St. Winnow, Cornwall, approx. 3 miles down from Lostwithiel... read more

Reviewed August 12, 2018
gparry623
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Cardiff, United Kingdom
Wonderful gem off the beaten track

A big dusty barn full of all manner of tractors, agricultural equipment, household goods and really... read more

Reviewed August 16, 2017
Richard B
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| St. Winnow Barton, Lostwithiel PL22 0LF, England
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Reviewed August 12, 2018

Angie's snack shack is tucked away in St. Winnow, Cornwall, approx. 3 miles down from Lostwithiel. If you find yourself in or near this area and you feel a little pekish, then pop in. Angie is open March through to October, open 6 days a...More

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Reviewed August 16, 2017 via mobile

A big dusty barn full of all manner of tractors, agricultural equipment, household goods and really interesting 'old stuff'. Both I and my 6 year old loved it. Entry is free but there is an almost invisible donation pot. I would hope anyone visiting makes...More

Thank Richard B
Reviewed July 14, 2017

This is a very interesting place to discover the past in farming equipment. A family collection of farm machinery close to St Winnow Church. Refreshments are served close to it by one of the members of the family. It is close to the Fowey River...More

Thank laneyrandell
Reviewed October 12, 2016 via mobile

This was special to see the old vintage tractors! My family are rice, soybean & wheat farmers in Arkansas and my dad loves old tractors. The area was just beautiful and the little cafe was great! I had my first Cornish pasty there and walked...More

Thank WPS2013
Reviewed August 7, 2016 via mobile

Visited museum for the food, locally renowned, and the pasty is the very best I've ever had. Go there even if you don't like old farm machinery!!

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Reviewed September 15, 2015

The museum is crammed with great old farm tools and machines and Angie's Snack Van is the best food around. Home grown beef and pork make great pasties, beef burgers, sausages baps and cakes, a must for any traveller! Lovely estuary walk from Lerryn to...More

Thank Lone S
Reviewed July 15, 2015

This fascinating horde of farm machinery, equipment, tools and memories, all from one family, will pass a pleasing hour for anyone interested in agriculture. I expect multi-generational groups would also enjoy chatting about how things 'used to be done'. What is really interesting is that...More

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