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Manor Farm Country Park, Bursledon

Categories: Farms, Tourist Spots
Inspirock Rating:
4.2/5 based on 300+ reviews on the web
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  • For a couple of years while our daughter was aged between 1 and 3, we visited the farm every fortnight or so and we never tired of the lovely charm of the place. The staff are very friendly and the sc...  read more »
  • Firstly, expensive admission of £7 per adult and £4 parking, with no concessions for students, unemployed, council/NHS staff etc. No family price - so £18 to visit. Under 3's are free though... The wo...  read more »
  • My husband and I were on holiday in the area and spent a very nice morning wandering around the Farm Park. We found the Victorian Farmhouse, Cottage and Schoolroom fascinating and also enjoyed the Mai...  read more »
  • Nice little farm. Friendly and informative staff. Decent variety of animals. Pretty farm/school house. Playground under construction. Reasonable cafe. Clean toilets. Good for 2 hours on a sunny day.
  • Great day out. Loads to walk around. The farm is pricey but lots to see and do.
  • A brilliant place for a walk with a superb cafe at the farm.
  • We found it quite expensive for what it is. At this time of year there are plenty of animals to see; piglets, chicks, goats, lambs, etc. The Easter Egg letter hunt was fun and the activities were too. Unfortunately this place is not equipped to deal with large volumes of visitors that come on Bank Holidays. The cafe was completely overwhelmed and the poor staff were swamped by the huge numbers of visitors. Their work processes are not geared up for large numbers of visitors. One member of staff was stocking an already well-stocked fridge whilst the people in the queue waited 45 mins or more for their orders to be taken. Once the order was taken the food still took another 30+mins to emerge from the kitchen. There were only 4 members of staff in total and they were simply unable to take orders, clear tables and cook food fast enough to provide a good service.
  • Great walking and period farm
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