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Horam Manor Farm

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cullers2016 wrote a review Aug 2020
Heathfield, United Kingdom11 contributions3 helpful votes
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Its important to realise that Horam Manor Farm and Lakeside Bistro (cafe bar), Horam Manor Fisheries and Horam Manor Touring Park are entirely independent of Horam Manor Farm. The owner is aggressive to visitors who may walk through the area and she is known to confront people. I live in the village and am a photographer (in fact, they use my images without permission). The paths are cared for by the fisheries not the owner. The actual areas 'looked after' by the owner are run down and poorly kept. I would highly recommend the businesses on the site as mentioned above but the site itself is a result of the hard work and investment the businesses put in not Horam Manor Farm.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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MrFFF wrote a review Jul 2020
kent, England54 contributions44 helpful votes
Firstly as we have just really come out of lockdown I was expecting the facilities to have been kept up to a much better standard than they are. My wife tells me the ladies toilet floor was dirty and wasn’t cleaned in a day. The gents was clean but eight wash basins and only one soap dispenser. There is another one, or there was as you can see in the photo. Also with social distancing in mind why allocate adjacent pitches when there is loads of space to avoid this. The pond by the cafe is well stocked with small Carp, but the way they are treated is abysmal, and many have obviously suffered from mouth damage. With such small children on the bank I must say I’m surprised to see not one life bouy. Lastly I met a really nasty woman on a horse who said I had passed signs saying “no cars” well, she was wrong and very rude as well. Lastly no Cafeteria on Monday and Tuesday despite what the opening hours are published. Loads of very young children running amok around the park on cycles, hover boards and go carts. Where is an attendant? Not here that’s for sure. Nasty horrible place I’m afraid
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Date of experience: July 2020
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sophie_walker96 wrote a review Jan 2020
Nottingham, United Kingdom2 contributions
We spotted this place whilst driving past and decided to stop for a coffee. The cafe is very relaxing and the staff were very friendly. The coffee was good and the prices were very reasonable. The food menu looked great and they seem to offer good portions. Would definitely go back to try some food and to count all the ducks
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Sue B wrote a review Aug 2019
Redditch, United Kingdom15 contributions7 helpful votes
Camped here for a week, lovely friendly site. Clean and well kept. Showers were let down by the total lack of water pressure, but apart from that really nice place to stay. Wonderful pub in walking distance, The May Garland, highly recommended.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Mike H wrote a review Jul 2019
8 contributions4 helpful votes
We visited to check out the facilities and look at the nearby camping site. We parked at the bar/cafeteria (not part of the farm) with the intention of having a meal at lunch-time and took a short walk towards the campsite. As we did so, a couple in working clothes approached us to ask where we were going; at first we thought they were trying to be helpful but their abrupt manner and unfriendly controlling attitude was not exactly welcoming. We humoured their ill-tempered comments and complied with instructions about where we should and should not walk. We were told we should not park at the cafeteria if we were going to the campsite, should not walk on their nature trail without paying (not our intention) etcetera. We later discovered that they are the owners of the Farm; all the staff we met at the campsite and cafeteria were lovely and really helpful. I guess if people avoid the farm the owners wil probably be happy as they obviously feel visitors are a nuisance (even a quiet couple in their 60s like us!)
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Date of experience: July 2019
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