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World Horse Welfare Hall Farm

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Ada Cole Avenue | World Horse Welfare Hall Farm Rescue and Rehoming Centre, Snetterton NR16 2LP, England
+44 1953 499100
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A nice looking place but staff unfriendly

Found this site on the way to the coast but Wish we had Not. Did not seem to be many horses... read more

Reviewed 12 June 2017
Milton Keynes, United Kingdom
Nice day out

Friendly helpful staff, the car park and some of the paths where a bit bumpy for Mums wheelchair... read more

Reviewed 29 March 2017
Leicestershire, United Kingdom
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Come for a day out at World Horse Welfare's Hall Farm Rescue and Rehoming Centre located in Snetterton, Norfolk where we care for and rehabilitate around 120 horses at any one time. We are a working farm that welcomes visitors and being located in lovely countryside there is always something to do! Opening times Weekends and Bank holidays 10-4pm Wednesdays in School Holidays (except Christmas) 10-4pm Free Entry! Things to do at Hall Farm: Meet our horses and ponies and donkeys! We have a wide variety of horses and ponies (and donkeys) at Hall Farm that you can meet and learn about. You may even be interested in rehoming one! There are lots of lovely walkways to enjoy which are wheel/push chair friendly and you can explore for up to four miles, although we do also have shorter routes marked out! Dogs on leads are welcome. Take a break in our coffee shop Once you've been for a walk around the farm, stop in at our lovely coffee shop for refreshments. We offer a variety of hot and cold drinks and food in a comfortable indoor seating area which over looks our indoor and outside arena. We also have an extensive picnic areas for those warmer days. For the children there is a outside playground and a smaller inside play area that over looks our indoor arena where you can watch the horses being exercised. Wacky Wednesday fun days are held during every school holiday (excluding Christmas)10-4pm and is free entry. During these days there is Pony Express Tractor trailer rides, pony grooming, craft activities all day long and much more (a donation is asked for the activities to help fund the work of the charity)
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Suggested Duration: 2-3 hours
Ada Cole Avenue | World Horse Welfare Hall Farm Rescue and Rehoming Centre, Snetterton NR16 2LP, England
+44 1953 499100
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Reviewed 12 June 2017

Found this site on the way to the coast but Wish we had Not. Did not seem to be many horses around the staff outnumbered them. They.were not friendly or inviting. No one asked if we had visited before and did seem to be bothered...More

2  Thank MiltonKeynesMikedoe
Reviewed 29 March 2017

Friendly helpful staff, the car park and some of the paths where a bit bumpy for Mums wheelchair, but it looked as if some work was in progress in filling the pot holes. Had a lovely cream tea and even a dish of tea for...More

Thank Junosmum
Reviewed 14 January 2017

I went out of curiosity, and stayed a couple of hours, mostly because I could sit in the cafe in the warm and dry and watch a gymkana going on in the large indoor arena. Very interesting exhibition on animal welfare. Must be a great...More

Thank BusinessAdviser
Reviewed 16 September 2016 via mobile

Visited in connection with a potential rehoming of a horse. During visit we were struck by the excellent facilities throughout and the attention to detail in terms of horse accommodation - E.g. The high fenced sections for shade on hot days (as ours was). The...More

Thank bucketlistman2014
Reviewed 29 August 2016

We went to a charity dog show held on site and took the opportunity to look at World Horse Welfare whilst we were here. It is thoughtfully designed and the toilets are right by the front door reception entrance - perfect if you're "bursting". There...More

1  Thank David W
Reviewed 30 March 2016 via mobile

We have just returned from a visit to World Horse Welfare - Hall Farm with 3 generations of the family. It is run as a charity for horses and if you love all things equine it is a fantastic place to visit! It is free...More

Thank GrannyAnnie2016
Reviewed 23 August 2015

Absolutely wonderful place to spend a few hours. Great setting and maintained beautifully. Lots of walks, a trail, play area, picnic area, cafe...lots more! We had a lovely time and will certainly return. It is free but please make a donation as it is such...More

Thank Malcolm W
Reviewed 12 August 2015

Have wanted to check this place out for ages for the suitability of bringing the grandchildren - well I'll definitely be bringing them as it is an amazing place! It is free to enter as it is a working farm but they are obviously grateful...More

Thank R P T
Reviewed 27 May 2015

We spent a lovely morning at World Horse Welfare, which is a charity for horses in Norfolk. There were some beautiful horses to admire. A small play area for children and cafe. Entry was free so I was more than happy to make a donation...More

Thank Hayley B
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