This is a great little spot for a few hours with children. Plenty of animals and the staff are helpful and will tell you all about any of the animals. Enclosed areas where you can sit if the weather is a bit damp. Plenty open space and play areas. They have a coffee shop too to get something to eat.
We visited this mini pet farm on a perfect summer's day.Not very well signposted, but worth the effort of finding it. It is beautifully kept, with lots to do for young children, up to the age of 8 or 9.There is a playground for very young children, lots of ride on toys,and interesting small animals for children to pet. There...
Took my niece & nephew here on a Friday afternoon - not too busy which was great.
They really loved all the animals especially the smaller/younger ones but we were expecting a little bit more variety. Appears to be an awful lot of goats and sheep but still plenty to keep the little ones occupied in fairness.
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I live nearby in Tramore and have enjoyed many trips here with my children who love the close contact with the animals. My only issue is that adults are asked to pay to enter. We would return regularly if this was not the case.
It's a great little place and my Grandaughter really enjoyed feeding the animals and petting them. The highlight was the ponyride but she loved the games too while we enjoyed a coffee and could see her playing at all times.
great little place! Friendly staff, lovely setup. Feeding the animals and a little pony ride were the highlights for my kids. Nice little playground and picnic area. They really could add some souvenirs etc to the shop to make it a little better.
Plenty to see and each visitor is given a large bag of feed which ensures a lot of interaction with the animals. Staff were friendly and helpful. Nice playground also. Only recommendation I would make is to have more on offer in the coffee shop especially in relation to toys gifts and souvenirs.