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Trent Park

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Trent Park

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Cockfosters Road, Enfield EN4 0PS England
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CatherineEnfield wrote a review Oct 18
London, United Kingdom70 contributions60 helpful votes
We walk our dog regularly at Trent Park. It’s a lovely space. We don’t like the main cafe at all and would never buy anything from there - overpriced poor quality coffee and food, not very clean and moody staff. The toilets, which were closed during the lockdown are open again, but standards seem to have slipped and they are always very dirty. What I really like is the little cafe attached to the animal rescue sanctuary. It offers just a few basics like tea, coffee, a few cakes etc. but it’s well priced and service is always pleasant. The proceeds go to the sanctuary and you can sit in the shade of their little garden. It seems to be getting much, much busier of late, which is lovely to see. Don’t bother with the other cafe, go to this one instead!
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Date of experience: October 2020
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hilary d wrote a review Sep 2020
London, United Kingdom338 contributions158 helpful votes
We came here after having afternoon tea at Ferney Hill Farm,as it is only five minutes from our house,we visit often,its a wonderful park especially when the waether is nice,it was a life saver during lockdown!
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Vicky A wrote a review Sep 2020
8 contributions1 helpful vote
The animal rescue centre is a 15-20 minute walk from park cafe and has a smaller cafe. Interesting to see the ducks,geese,foxes,sheep,geese etc. Toilet at centre closed and one at park cafe said cleaned 3 times a day but it was filthy, loo seats missing, paper, dirt and almost unusable. Disgusting at any time, never mind during virus.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Lori F wrote a review Sep 2020
Bedford, United Kingdom7 contributions2 helpful votes
Park itself is lovely for a walk, lots of picnic tables and plenty of space. The toilets however are revolting - no paper in any cubicle, human waste all over the toilets themselves and the surrounding floors and general disgusting conditions. Reassuring to see that they cleaned the toilets at 3.45pm today though...as I write this review at 2pm...
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Date of experience: September 2020
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malcsaville wrote a review Sep 2020
Stroud, United Kingdom957 contributions351 helpful votes
visiting this area of London for the first time, we were surprised by the the extent of this park, and its variety of landscapes and terrain. the history is well documented on information boards, and is centuries old. The house is under renovation as part of a housing development which is an imaginative but intrusive project
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Date of experience: September 2020
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