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Enjoy a fantastic FREE day out on a real working farm. We have free parking and our paths are free to walk 7 days a week. You can see our animals all year round, and explore our woodlands (you may even find a play area hidden inside them). We have a...more
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We went to the farm for a family day out to get pumpkins and see the animals.
We then queued half an hour just to order some sandwiches and kids lunch box (most of the items we wanted from the menu wasn’t available) and food...More
I took my granddaughter here and on driving in the signage for the car park is very muddled. On entering, you have to visit the shop before you can start to visit the farm, to pay for admission.
The farm is very large with a...More
I have lived in Stevenage for 5 years and only just discovered this little jem.
A lovely place to visit for both adults and children.
Value for money at just £3 for a farm pass. You can pay extra for feed, egg collecting, fruit picking...More
Stayed 2 nights with extended family in August. Pub within walking distance with fairly good menu. Farm walks very nice and animals all well cared for. Fairly basic facilities - compost loos with some portaloos and outdoor showers within wooden enclosure. But the great layout...More
We stopped off at Church Farm Cafe whilst out cycling. We had been there before and although its the most expensive cafe on any of our routes its location is convenient.
This was the worst visit and we won't be back. There weren't many customers...More
Myself and my 6yr daughter camped with another friend and her 11yrold. The girls enjoyed the camping experience. We had plenty of space to camp. Yes toilets were basic but we didn't expect luxury and we only spent 1 night. toilets didn't smell and were...More
The staff here were very friendly. The site was in such a lovely setting. Had breakfast in the cafe and was nice. The main toilets by the entrance was perfectly clean, the compost toilets also looked after and plenty of loo roll. Only negative would...More
We stayed at the farm mid July, 2 adults and one child. The field where you pitch your tent is huge and because we were there midweek it was completely empty, so we had our own field :). Staff was very helpful and friendly. The...More
This place is supposed to be a community interest, not for profit, yet it’s expensive and hard to see where they have spent money.
We were told that 600 campers were staying for the bank holiday, but in a field full there were just two...More
This is NOT a glamping site. It is a very low rate camp site.
We paid £182 per night for 2 nights glamping. On arrival our beds were not made... the mattresses and pillows were stained, there were no mattress protectors and the bed are...More