|Monday||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Tuesday||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Wednesday||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Thursday||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Friday||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Saturday||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Sunday||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
Lovely farm. Great for young children. My grandson enjoys the animal petting and seeing the baby animals. Very friendly staff.
Great family day out. Working farm. Get to feed the animals and on occasion milk a cow. Ww2 bunker and old school. Dress up. On site parking available. Pay to park. Toilets and wheel chair access. Pay to enter. Cafe on site. Can walk down to river and go crabbing. Walks, mtb trails.
Incredibly place, lots and lots to do. Look around the old houses and listen to the talks. The animals are the best bit, cared for amazingly and ever so friendly. Can’t wait to go back. Will recommend to everyone.
Wow. What an amazing place. It is set on Hamden Country Park, just follow the road and signs right to the end. The whole is a great day out. It costs you just over £5 to park for The whole day. Manor Farm is a great place to visit. Then head off into the country park explore and do some crabbing off the pontoon
Amazingly fun farm for the kids. Friendly staff. The surrounding walks look amazing, will have to tackle them this summer. There's also a number of good picnic and bbq spots.
We had a excellent time with our twins here also got to feed the lambs milk and watch the calves drink milk. The place is also so neat and clean too. Will definately be going back.
This is a great little farm, definitely a half day activity. This is great for younger children up to school age. There is play equipment but aging for smaller children my two were a little to big do it.
This is a fantastic place for the family. Very friendly staff. The farm animals all look healthy and well cared for. Lots to see and close interaction for children and toddlers as well as the adults. Play area for children. Our 23 month old twins absolutely loved it. We will be back very soon.
Didnt visit farm. We just walked the dogs. It was a lovely place with so much choice. Fields, woods or riverside.
Nice walks around the place. A lovely cup of coffee with a delightful piece of lemon cake. For sure I'll repeat the experience
A fab place to visit with children, I went as a helper on a school trip and the kids loved every minute. The staff were really nice and taught us a lot about the animals. I even got to take a goat for a walk on a lead!!
A lovely place to take children and the cafe is nice too. Dogs can go however not in the farm area which is understandable. All in all a good day out.
I went into the toilets absaoulty disgusting Asoon as i went in there i could not bare to breath it was that bad its like its never seen shine or a mop there sink dsnt work soap is empty mud and what im assuming is human urine all over the floor i slipped over its appauling yes i will admit its nice ti have a walk around there and also were are the bins they are expecting people to put stuff in the bins when you cant even find it put down more bins and also maybe a few s.o.s signal poles in like the middle of the forest or somewhere, were you will get lost.
We had a brilliant time, the little ones loved seeing the baby cows being given their milk, we shall visit again soon to see how big the piglets have grown, the tractor play zone is a great addition.
Really lovely little farm. Went for my niece's birthday party there. Great guided tour from the farmer, and lots of interaction with the animals. Recommended.
Great place to take my owner for a walk. Lots to sniff and plenty of friends to get to know. My owner enjoys it too watching the birds and the work on the farm as the seasons rotate.