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The Wellbeing Farm, Edgworth

(3.7/5 based on 90 reviews on the web)
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  • It's a fun , quirky place ......Excellent venue wedding event .... Brilliant place with very friendly staff .... 
  • Our company Christmas Party was held at the Wellbeing Farm and every thing was pretty good! The food, for such a large event was nice although it could have been hotter, probably due to the number of ...  more »
  • Wow - not only did they sort out summer sunshine in October, the venue sorted the best wedding ever for us - incredible food, lush decoration, llamas... the staff are so friendly and welcoming and I c...  more »
  • Really nice location that looked beautiful for my friend's wedding. The staff were very nice and the beer was great! Easy to park at too!
  • What an amazing venue for a wedding reception! The kids enjoyed playing out on the field and meeting the donkey & alpacas. The food was glorious and the cups of tea and coffee were all available from an urn near the bar. Would definitely recommend it as a venue for any party.
  • Great place, for hardcore fit folk believe me, not for the feeble !!
  • The person who wrote the previous review has missed the whole point of this farm - it is a working farm which showcases and educates people about where food comes from - it is not a petting farm hence free entry. They mainly have a restaurant where they rear their own lambs and pigs as meat for their butcher's and for the restaurant. I don't know why she is saying it's chaotic - most of our customers are repeat visitors and love what we do and our food.
  • I dint think that this should be described as a farm.. there are not many animals to see.. and as for a venue for meals, well I expect it would be great if you booked with a group , but if you just pop in for a sunday afternoon snack , don't bother , you wait ages and its chaotic..