To share another reviewers' opinion on feeding the trout, it is indeed very therapeutic! We decided to come here on a Saturday afternoon as we hadn't visited Bibury before. We went into the trout farm first (handy free parking) and once you pay the entrance fee, your hand is stamped and you can come and go as you please. We had great fun feeding the insatiable trout, and found the surroundings to be really lovely to amble through on a sunny day. There are BBQ areas dotted about along with picnic benches, presumably where you can cook your catch (you can fish there and hire rods, with the help of the staff, which also looked great fun), which seemed a very nice touch. They have a cafe, fish shop (if you'd prefer to simply buy some fresh trout rather than catch it yourself) and a play area for children. A great place to visit for children and adults alike, and a nice pub up the road called the Catherine Wheel which did light pub grub and pizzas etc, all reasonably priced. The famous row of medieval cottages in Bibury is very pretty indeed, and a real draw for tourists. We'd definitely recommend the trout farm, and will probably go ack to try our hand at the fishing!
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