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We saw a leaflet in the hotel foyer where we were staying nearby and thought we would visit. What a place. A tour of the shop gives a comprehensive story of honey and it's origins followed by a random tour of the farmyard which revealed...More
We’ve visited the bus cafe at the Honey Farm several times this autumn - it’s a great stopping point on our family cycle trips. The cakes are excellent, with a wide choice, and good coffee too. The staff are friendly and attentive. Seating outside for...More
We visited as part of a lovely walk across the Union Bridge, up to the Honey Farm and then back over the bridge and along the river Tweed to the car. We spent quite a while looking at the old vintage vehicles- just up my...More
Visited again whilst on holiday. Fascinating place. Apart from the honeycomb which we purchased plus other related products from the shop, lots of information on bees and the production of honey. Had a great light lunch on the cafe/bus. A converted double decker bus. Great....More
Museum interesting, outside area great for kids to run around although not enclosed so be careful of cars going into car park. Chain bridge that can walk between Scotland and England is immense and very close by. Cafe tasty and fact youo can eat in...More
This venue still has great bakes and soup as well as some of the nicest staff in the area. However, the sandwiches this year are a shadow of their former selves. Have they changed bread supplier? There is less choice, the bread is not as...More