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“Pick Your Own Fruit”
Review of Kenyon Hall Farm

Kenyon Hall Farm
Ranked #1 of 10 Shopping in Warrington
Certificate of Excellence
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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 July 8, 2017

We visited Kenyon Hall Farm in early June.On this occasion we were just there for coffee & to buy some fresh produce,We on an earlier visit had lunch there.The food menu is very comprehensive & also caters well for children.
In season you can pick your own strawberries,raspberries & other fruit & pay it by weight of course if you prefer just buy it ready picked.
The shop sells a wide variety of fresh vegetables,fruit and many other deli type products ie local honey.
The only downside is if you are there at a busy time it is extremely difficult to get parked.

1  Thank irishpat49
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Reviewed July 5, 2017

Have been several times to this venue - the cafe and farm shop have been expanded in recent years. A good selection of light lunches and afterwards visited their farm shop. Always very clean, and a good selection of goodies.

Thank John42Manchester
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Reviewed July 1, 2017

Loved this place. Lovely breakfast served by nice staff in lovely surroundings. I would certainly visit more if I had the chance but don't live close by.

Thank Gilly2014x
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Reviewed June 25, 2017 via mobile

Had a great time today picking strawberries, there was plenty of parking and all the staff were friendly and welcoming. We had lunch in the cafe and even though it was a busy lunchtime time we were served quickly and the food was hot, fresh and tasty. Food prices were average and what we expected. The play frame was a bit big for our toddler but there were some swings and a playhouse. There was a good selection of plants to buy and they were reasonably priced. We enjoyed out strawberries and cream and are looking forward to our next visit!

Thank Suzanne H
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Reviewed June 19, 2017

Visited KHF two weeks running: firstly for afternoon tea with my wife and teenage son. Had Panini's/Sausage Barm/ Tea, Coffee, Coke. Second visit was with my 20 year old daughter on Saturday June 17 for the Full Breakfast (Traditional Fry)/ Toast/ Apple Juice.

On our first visit we found the food to be bland and over priced. Second visit, again I found the food bland and over priced. However my daughter really enjoyed her breakfast.

The food is of a good standard with quality produce but I have tasted better at establishments with their own source/slaughterhouse attached at a more competitive price. The venue is stunning and the staff are hard working, attentive and very considerate. There is a wider experience there for young families with the fruit picking etc. I would not return but would recommend people to give it a go with what I have described regarding price/taste in mind.1/4 from my family enjoyed it the other 3 of us could take it or leave it in terms of the food. Not a bad experience, just a costly one and not to our taste. However, sitting outside for breakfast in the nice countryside surroundings comes at a price which kind of leaves you feeling contented.

Thank Anthony P
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