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We stopped off here for snacks on the way home. It was about 1pm. My youngest and I had scones which were nice. The husband and eldest had tuna melts. My daughters was off the kids menu, cost £4, came with crisps. The husbands was...More
Always stop here for coffee or lunch when in the area. The seating area has increased in size, obviously due to the popularity of the place. Had scones and coffee this time. Nice to see 2 sizes of scones, as the smaller ones are big...More
Visited here regularly when we lived nearby but since we moved away we have missed it. Went back to visit when they had their annual Christmas Fair and it is still as good as ever. There are food stalls from all over the country, tasting...More
We paid £10 for great pumpkin robbery. It was average. Tractor ride, 15 mins in the tent with entertainers (ventriloquist and speakers playing overly loud spooky music), 5 minute trail through the maze and pumpkin. It felt a little overpriced and I was shocked when...More
Strawberry picking with grandchildren an expensive morning out on entry we had to pay £1 for adults and 50p for a two year old and a three year old and &1 for a basket which was returnable. We did not fill tha basket by a...More
My family and I visited Brocksbushes fruit farm today, (Thursday 3rd). Their may not be a great deal to pick, which was clearly outlined to us, and understandable given our terrible summer so far. However, the whole reason for the comments are to praise the...More
I love to visit this farm shop, and even go fruit picking, though was quite surprised to be charged to go in to the PYO area.
We haven't been in the cafe for ages and decided to have lunch. Very, very slow. It always has...More
Visited at the request of wife. Main purpose for pyo strawberries, wife and son enjoyed the experience of picking, however to pay a £1 per person entrance on top of what I would consider an exorbitant price in relation to supermarkets for the fruit, worked...More