We visited Greenlands Farm Village on Tuesday, and I was expecting very little! The website and reviews had all been pretty average/bad! We entered and I was dreading it! The car park looks unkempt and as if there will be nothing to see! We went to the farm shop and bought our wristbands £6 for adults and free under 2's!... 更多
The farm shop sold a lot of local delicacies and gifts [upstairs], the garden centre had some interesting plants There was a petting farm and play barn on site although this was not of interest to us Coffee was good as were the cakes Staff were very friendly
This place was great, our little un loved it. Lots of different farm animals to pet. The cafe on site is lovely too. The food was fantastic, more like good pub grub than a cafe.
Great day at a great price. Little lambs coming up to you for a stroke. Feeding the piglets and goats was amazing. Really fantastic place. The cafe was also excellent value for money and had very nice cakes.
We went to the welies resturant and My husband ordered a simple garlic bread with a side of homemade chips. Well we did not receive this. The chips were 100% not homemade and to be honest I might as well have gone to lidl and bought amazing garlic bread compared to this. All it was, round bread with garlic salt... 更多
Inside the softplay you'll have to interupt the yawning youths on their phones for service. The cafe/restaurant, all the food ordered looked and tasted good. Great cakes on display. Why must the burger be served on a wooden board with chips in a basket? What's wrong with a plate?
My boyfriend and I booked a hotel 2 minutes away from the farm and decided to go after seeing it in a 'things to do' magazine. We had more fun than we ever imagined. We absolutely loved feeding the animals (in fact we went back to the gift shop 3 times to get food). The animals were all well looked... 更多
Pleasant enough, especially the café, but have found it more than a little expensive and the Longlands Hotel just about opposite no lesser in quality but a fair bit cheaper,