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All reviews nature trail ice cream lamb cows being milked the barn turkish delight pottery studio duck pond oatcakes scones lovely family tea room white chocolate friendly welcome loved the animals peak district family run
Had a great family day out here. As well as seeing the farm animals, we enjoyed the nature trail, the cafe, play area and pottery painting. Not to mention the ice cream! Oh my! It is the best ice cream around and always new flavours...More
Excellent place to visit and get stuck into making painted pottery in a converted milking parlour.
Good choice of things to paint in very convivial friendly surroundings.
Nature trails for children and lots of small animals that are very approachable.
Tea rooms for families or...More
We come to Blaze Farm regularly and love the beautiful surroundings (rolling hills of the Peak District) - there is a very short nature trail which you can walk around and a slightly longer walk; both take less than 20 mins to do. It’s worth...More
We went camping in buxton over the August bank holiday weekend and it barely stopped raining. We found Blaze Farm when we were looking for somewhere our children could paint a plate - it looked perfect so we called ahead to check we would fit...More
Personally, I love Blaze Farm & it's home made Hilly Billy Ice Cream. Cafe serves drinks, cakes, warm Apple pie with the creamiest cold ice cream is super fab! So is the ice cream with choices of flavours (and some surprising flavours like lavender). Check...More
We went for a little stroll around the farm and a bite to eat.
Quaint little tea room and can’t complain about the prices.
Ice cream was lovely and we sat in the warm of the tea shop as it was a blustery afternoon.
Enjoyed the nature trail (short or long trail can be done). Loved seeing the farm animals at the farm and also on the nature trail. Theres a great tearoom here, food was very good. Really enjoyed the homemade ice cream, plenty of flavours to choose...More
The owners are such lovely people. The entire place looks so rustic and has that true Cheshire country feel. The ice cream is to die for. The walking trails are fab, some friendly cows and sheep on the way. We had the afternoon tea once...More