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Set along the historic Jurassic Coast and nestled in the tranquil East Devon countryside in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, our working farm is home to donkeys, mules and hinnies - large and small. Come and say hello to some of the hundreds...more
All reviews free entry gift shop lovely donkeys building work lovely place love donkeys free attraction adopted donkey all ages few hours lovely visit the barn walk around couple of hours cake cream tea donation
Free to park, free to get in so money to spend in the gift shop and to put in the collection point near the entrance. Lovely to see so many donkeys enjoying life and being so well cared for. Visitor centre was really nicely laid...More
An amazing day out and all free. There was 3 generations of us and we all had super fun Excellent restaurant reasonably priced gift shop and an amazing maze what more could you want. Staff all very helpful and friendly and knew where all donkeys...More
There’s a magical place your on your way there with donkeys a million all under one roof. No not donkeys r us, but the donkey sanctuary. If you like donkeys this is the place for you. Great facilities and loads of donkeys, what’s not to...More
Friendly staff. Free entry with adequate parking. Our visit was to see our relation's three sponsored donkeys. We ended up sponsoring a donkey ourselves at £36 per year.
THe cafe looked good, but we did not use it.
A brilliant day out for the kids, a wonderful Easter egg hunt organized for the Easter holidays based around the donkeys names.
Really great eggs and fun for all the family.
We used the cafe which was also very good. Friendly helpful staff and a...More
Visit many times a year and sponsor a Donkey too.
Met up with friends for my early Birthday get together treat. Full English was ok but bacon hard as rock (there’s crispy and there’s crispy!) and stone cold too. Asked for all three full English...More
Date of experience: April 2019
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I am pleased that you regularly enjoy visiting the sanctuary, which makes it all the more distressing to hear that The Kitchen restaurant failed to meet...More
A firm favourite that just gets better and better. Whilst at one level a little disappointing not to have the donkeys in the yard I fully respect & agree w the decision. Genuine care & expertise from all involved in the sanctuary & wonderful staff...More
There is a train from from Taunton to Digby then from Digby to Sidmouth. There is a bus called the Sidmouth Hopper that stops in the Donkey Sanctuary car park. It might be a bit of a travel but its doable. There is a bus... More
There is a train from from Taunton to Digby then from Digby to Sidmouth. There is a bus called the Sidmouth Hopper that stops in the Donkey Sanctuary car park. It might be a bit of a travel but its doable. There is a bus which goes into sidmouth then you could take the Hopper up to the Sanctuary if that is easier.