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Cobble Hey Farm & Gardens, Garstang

Categories: Farms, Gardens, Nature & Parks, Tourist Spots
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4.1/5 based on 120+ reviews on the web
Cobble Hey Farm & Gardens is located in Garstang. Cobble Hey Farm & Gardens is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our international travel planner, Garstang Edition.
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  • Visited here recently. Nice surroundings but could be improved. It would be nice to see more sculptures in the grounds I prefer modern sculpture personally. 
  • A country farm with stunning views, beautiful gardens which are a bit on the wild side which I prefer. Rare breed sheep, goats and other farm animals to see. Lovely food in the cafe and good service. ...  read more »
  • Cobble Hey is set in the most beautiful Lancashire countryside and is only 15 minutes drive from Preston. They provide opportunities for people with disabilities to experience life in the country with...  read more »
  • Although we didn't visit the gardens, we parked there as a base for a walk. The lady who jointly runs the place was very helpful in setting us off in the right direction. The last two steps on the map of the walk were confusing (not the farm's fault), and when we found ourselves 2.5 miles and about an hours walk away, the farmer kindly came and found us in his truck and brought us back. They couldn't have been more helpful, and we're massively appreciative of their help.
  • Fantastic place, set in a gorgeous location. Kids (three boys from about 6 thru to 9 years old) had loads to do and the 6 year old even got to take a goat (Martha) for a quick walk around the gardens! Now, how often does such an opportunity present itself like that?! Friendly staff, food okay . . . Highly recommended for an afternoon out.
  • Ice Cream on a Sunny afternoon with views across west Lancashire. Playbarn with real straw den. Easter egg decorating and rolling on Monday, lamb feeding and chick holding too. Don't expect pristine and shiny, as solid and agricultural gives this place it's charm.
  • Don't bother going. This was probably the worst day out we had. We bought a discounted family ticket on Groupon but even that was overpriced. The facilities are terrible, the toilet was leaking, the playbarn was smelly, dusty, dirty and drafty. The animals are cramped. The coffee was aweful like slightly favoured hot water and the service in the cafe was dreadful and took 15 minutes to get two cups of coffee. The gardens were nothing special only having a few helebores to look at, but the worst of all was the farmers wife who didn't seem to like people on her farm. She told my son off twice once for the way he was stroking the piglet. He was nervous about touching the pig but didn't tell him before hand that she wanted it to stroked in a certain way.She didn't make us feel welcome at all and we won't be returning.
  • Very dissapointed a long drive for very little
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