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Cream O' Galloway, Gatehouse of Fleet
(4/5 based on 550 reviews on the web)
An organic dairy farm focused on sustainability and the well-being of their cows, Cream O' Galloway provides tours and activities for all ages. All their products are made from the milk of cows living on the farm. Be sure you arrive on time for the farm tour and ice cream tasting. During the tours, listen a bit about the methods of the farm and see the milking process in action. In addition to dairy, they also have indoor and outdoor playgrounds, go-karts, tractor rides, and miles of walks around the countryside. Take advantage of the dog-walk available for your canine companion. Plan to visit Cream O' Galloway and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Gatehouse of Fleet attractions using our Gatehouse of Fleet tourist route planner.
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  • We visited while on holiday for the school October week and our youngest chose the day out as it was his birthday! We visited with the birthday boy aged 6, his 2 brothers aged 9 and 12. The youngest c...  more »
  • A 'must' visit when staying in the area, The ice-creams are simply the best and cover a wide range of more unusual flavours. There is an eating area indoors (The Barn) for meals and outdoor picnic are...  more »
  • A fantastic activity centre that offers a wealth of attractions, from small zip wire, to pedal carts, crazy golf, 3D maze, viewing tower, aerial trampolines, ice cream making, farm tour, etc. Somethin...  more »
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  • Great fun. Went there in October with my 2 year old. Most of the activities they offer (Outdoor play park, soft play, Go Karts) have an under 6 equivalent, so everyone can have a go. Under 3s and adults go free (unless they want to go on the bigger activities go Karts, terrifying looking drop slide and zip line, then there is a charge). You can play Crazy Gold for £3, and it even has a windmill like in the movies! The food we had was lovely, and they have allergen free options so we were able to have a burger with a gluten free bun. The Ice-cream on site tasted rich and creamy. And there are plenty of nature walks close by. Definitely worth a visit if you are in the area and have kids.
  • Great place with gorgeous ice cream. Lunch was on the expensive side but tasty all the same. If you are feeding a few of you might be worth bringing a picnic
  • Brilliant for kids but be aware dogs are not allowed into the park! Someone will have to stay outside with them! Free walks around the park with dogs but beware of adders, they were all over the place! Wasps were also a problem but to be fair, not their fault either.
  • Ice cream lovers paradise. Great for kids, plenty of activities and play areas. Other food is OK, but the ice cream is the real attraction.
  • So much more to this than I thought there would be. Fantastic ice cream and then a whole load of child friendly things to work it off.