There wasn't much to do, despite the sunny weather. We traveled with a 3yo who enjoyed seeing the animals, but petting a rabbit and looking at guinea pigs can only take up so much time. Highlights: the witch maze, chocolate sponge pudding and the two friendly grannies singing wind the bobbin up which showing how to use a spinning wheel.
We visit on Friday during Halloween Half term, which meant that we expected a lot of families, but overall I got the feeling that there wasn't that many people about, rather that the place was not well organized to accomodate an average amount of families. The Playbarn was small (and play limited to 45 minutes), the tea-room, which served untasty greasy food, was tiny with a long queue, and even though there were 3 toilets, they weren't well located. The whole layout of the place bothered us, where the picnic barns are upfront, but the play areas and activities hidden. They were also short-staffed, which was apparent from the animal handler who was shouting out the window that she had been on her own for an hour, rather than addressing a very jumpy bunny, and the long long wait for chips.
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