We went as a large extended family group and were delighted to find a troop of Morris dancers who our little ones joined in with.
On the actual farm there was lots of gentle fun activities including milking the cows, feeding the chickens and scratching the muddy pig.
As a wheelchair user, I can say its not the most accessible place I've ever been to, the slopes are pretty steep in places and we needed a few hefty men as ballast off the back a few times but it added to the fun.
Of course, if you we're a bit less adventurous you could sit centrally and still have lots to see in the geese, baby rabbits and new calves.
The honey tasting and wax candle making was great- bought several pots which is still being consumed readily on our toast
The cafe, outside the farm, is a real find. It's really something special. So often visitor attractions get naff food. Not here! It's all freshly put together. Local stuff mainly and to our great delight our cousin got gluten free bread sandwiches and no fuss.
Great to see where war time farm was filmed, a good time for everyone- there a good 5 hours.
Recommend to all families who enjoy simple, varied things to do and share time together.
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