This is a lovely place to visit to spend a couple of hours wandering round the paddocks and looking at the beautiful Suffolk Punch horses which are now very endangered. The two new foals from this year were in a field with their mothers; it was great to see a new generation.. There are also very friendly racehorses who come over for a stroke.Other animals include rare breed pigs, sheep, red poll cattle and smaller animals for children like goats, rabbit, guinea pigs. The stable area always has some horses in their stalls to be petted. This time there was also a bullock and a miniature horse which was very cute. There is also a museum and a heritage garden which is beautifully kept and very pretty at this time of year. The gift shop has a reasonable array of well priced gifts and the Wild Tayberry cafe, which is new this year, has excellent freshly made food at very reasonable prices, the only drawback being it can get very crowded! A lovey day out.