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Blaze Farm, Macclesfield

(4.4/5 based on 200+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Working with adults with autism, we have found this is an excellent place for our resident to visit and experience farm animals up close in their natural habitat. A must see place for able and disable...  more »
  • Lovely little farm, delicious cakes and really nice woodland walk. Pram friendly too. Would highly recommend this farm especially those with young children. The ladies in the cafe were more than helpf...  more »
  • Lovely place to visit , free entry. Animals for the kids to see. There is a pottery shop where you can paint a pot , this is about average price to do. A small cafe there and beautiful ice cream . Wal...  more »
Google
  • Amazing Ice cream, best flavours ever. Fantastic views, great farm attractions, even watch the cows being milked! Children's play area, free wandering chickens. So popular it can get busy at peak times, but the very friendly staff are relaxed.
  • A hidden ice cream shop. This place is tucked away and doesn't look much from the main road, however it has a nature walk and some animals. The ice cream sold here is made on site and is quite tasty
  • Great place to visit with kids. Its refreshing to find somewhere that charges fair prices too.
  • Really nice ice-cream. We went through on a day-out to Chatsworth, and saw the ice-cream sign, so thought we'd grab some. Beautiful little farm-yard, cats wandering around (Very friendly, just a warning to those who are allergic, they do come up to you). Going into the little shop there was a wide selection of ice-cream choices. We only sampled that, and were just in-and-out, so can't comment on the other attractions, but the ice-cream itself was really, really nice - creamy, full bodied, no granularity or crunch, just a lovely smooth (almost gelato-like) consistency and really, really tasty.
  • Great trip out. Really reasonably priced food and of course stunning ice creams! Staff were very friendly, the basic nature trail took 10 mins, will go for the longer one next time!