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“Just lovely!”
Review of Kenyon Hall Farm

Kenyon Hall Farm
Ranked #1 of 8 Shopping in Warrington
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Owner description: Set in over 500 acres of Cheshire and Lancashire countryside, on the site of a real working family farm is the Kenyon Hall Farm Shop, Cafe, Plant Centre and Pick Your Own Fields. We offer: - An eco-friendly Farm Shop full of delicious local and artisan produce. - A friendly, relaxing Cafe serving home-made, hot and cold food and drink. - A large Plant Centre stocking flowers, herbs, fruit trees and veg plants. - The best choice of Pick Your Own fruit and veg in the northwest. - A spacious outdoor children's play area. Join us with the family for a fun day in the English countryside
Reviewed October 29, 2013 via mobile

Decided to have a drive down with the children to choose our pumpkins. I'm so glad we did, turned out to be a lovely little sunday for all of us. Pumpkin carving was lots of fun, kids enjoyed the play area, the cafe food was lovely and the staff were all very nice, thank you kenyon hall farm. We will definitely be back.

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"homemade pies"
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"lovely breakfast"
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Reviewed October 27, 2013

Visited here today with my husband and two children. Despite the windy weather the kids had a great time on the play area which consisted of a giant climbing frame with slides and swings, an old tractor and some giant bales of hay for them to climb on: all the children there seemed to be having a great time and there were plenty of benches and picnic tables for the adults to sit at. We didn't eat in the cafe but it looked nice and we bought a few items from the shop including some delicious home-made hummus. We asked about picking some pumpkins which we could see in the field next to the play area but decided against going out there as it was very, very muddy so instead we walked through a poly-tunnel which was decorated with spooky halloween decorations into a larger area with a big selection of ready-picked pumpkins. The children picked one each and then we sat down at the nearby tables and were provided with carving tools and pencils to draw the design with. The children drew a design on their pumpkins and then played with the little ride-on tractors while the adults had a great time carving. When we had finished we took them back into the shop and were charged £4.50 for the pumpkins, amazing value considering it was such a fun and enjoyable experience for us all. The lady on the till was lovely and chatted with the kids and offered to take a photo of the four of us with the pumpkins. Then the kids had another play on the park before we headed home. So glad we've found this place, it was a really lovely few hours out and we'll definitely be back for our Christmas tree.

1  Thank Lucielastic
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Reviewed October 21, 2013

Great range of herbs and plants which are good quality. Food in the cafe is homemade and very tasty. Barbaras cakes are amazing. Kids love picking the fruit and veg when in season as well as the pumpkins. Occasional craft fair is always good. Highly recommended.

1  Thank MrsCH2
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Reviewed October 5, 2013 via mobile

Went to Kenyon Hall Farm after rave review and for the opportunity to pick pumpkins with the children. The play area is a wooden slide frame with 2 swings an old tractor and some worn out bales of hay. There was no tractor barn. The flowers and herbs on sale looked poorly tended. The pumpkin patch had an array of sizes costing £7 for the largest and £1 for the smallest. Aware my large pumpkin would cost £7 I bought it anyway so we could make pumpkin soup with the children and talk about where our food comes from. I let the children pick small pumpkins believing they would be about a £1 for the novelty of the experience. The lady charged me £3 each for two and £2.50 for the others. My friend bought two pumpkins one bigger than my middle sized and one the same size as my smaller sized and was charged £2.50 and £1. There is no system to the pricing which means it is a rip off. We also bought sweetcorn cobs at 30p each which turned out to be passed their best and totally unedible. Not fit for human consumption and should not be sold. This place may be good in summer but this time of year it is a rip off and should be avoided.

1  Thank jet77
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Reviewed August 14, 2013

We took 4 girls aged 5-10 for a few hours. Went picking fruit... Just at the wrong time for strawberries as there weren't many however we got lots of raspberries, peas and blackberries. Kids played in the park, we had a lovely coffee and then the kids went into the tractor barn. Shop is lovely and I can thoroughly recommend the bacon, sausages and burgers. Beautiful. Got to try some home made fudge and the kids went around the maze. Well worth a visit.

Thank Jaje86
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