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All reviews gift shop great charity small bucket lovely place to visit home made cakes christmas lights feed the animals four legged friends a large car park isle of man retirement home pot of tea gentle giants free entry all ages for sale small cafe
We visit the horses and donkeys every year when we visit the IOM. Set in beautiful countryside it is great to see these animals being so well cared for. The little café serves lovely cakes, so after feeding the horses you can treat yourself to...More
Had a lovely couple of hours chilling with the horses and donkeys.
A lovely place to visit for all ages and free to enter. In view of this I suggest people donate or at least use the cafe or buy a gift to help support...More
We visited as a group of four, between the age of 22 and 76 years old, both male and female. First I would highlight that this place is free to visit, but do not let that put you off or make you think its poor...More
We never fail to call in to the rest home when we are on the island. What a wonderful place for everyone. Families especially but don't be afraid to visit if you're a couple or or on your own. You can feed the horses and...More
While over on the island last week we decided to jump on the bus and visit the Home of rest for old horses, unfortunately when we arrived it was closed, the maintenance man greeted us and apologised for any inconvenience, he could see we’d travelled...More
I was so happy to go there. We bought several buckets of food and all the animals, donkeys and horses, were so sweet and cute while we fed them. The place is really well organized, there is a small cafe, a shop and toilets. We...More
We came here as an extra coach trip during our weeks stay. It was pouring with rain but we got the brollys out and just got on with it. We arrived just as they oened and were met at the gate by presumably the owner,...More
yes you can sponsor a horse or donkey. there are many to choose from and pictures are pinned up on the walls in the gift shop for you to pick from also if you visit the rest home. we sponsored 2 whilst we were there, 1 for... More
yes you can sponsor a horse or donkey. there are many to choose from and pictures are pinned up on the walls in the gift shop for you to pick from also if you visit the rest home. we sponsored 2 whilst we were there, 1 for my youngest daughter and 1 for my grandaughter for £10 each.