Rectory Farm, Stanton Saint John

3.7
#9 of 18 in Outdoors in Oxford
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  • Lovely outdoor seating area. Good home baking/cooking. Expanded due to its success. Great for families with small children - bouncy castle, bouncy slide and sandpit. A lovely way to spend a sunny morn...  more »
  • After many years of visiting this place, sadly after today's visit we won't be returning! Pick your own was a total mess, nothing to pick( lol) Messy and overgrown, overpriced on cafe, long waiting fo...  more »
  • Visited last weekend for our annual pick your own experience. Always a delight - plenty of Raspberries, currents and blackberries. Strawberries between season but that was expected. Bought a few goose...  more »
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  • Love Rectory farm. It's a real family day out. There is a cafe, bouncy castle and outside seating all under cover (just in case it rains). The fruit is fantastic and if that isn't enough there is a farm shop selling a huge array of local goods. Fantastic.
  • This was a fun berry picking adventure. We really enjoyed picking the berries. The berries themselves were very delicious and of very good quality. Shame that we had to drive an hour to get here, would love to do this regularly.
  • Great effort, lovely place, kids enjoy the free inflatables and sand pit. You are asked not to bring a picnic but sadly the cafe is overpriced, choice limited and the staff are the slowest we have seen. Long queue, long wait for food. Many staff, seating 50% occupied, Sunday afternoon peak hours. Downgraded this review from 4 to 2 when the food finally arrived. The kids lunch boxes were half the price but more substantial than the adult meals at twice the price. No butter for the bread. One dish missing one of 5 meagre ingrediants. If we come back we will plan to eat elsewhere.
  • No manners at all. No thank you, no please. I asked for the manager and turned out I was talking to one. (Gabriel if I remember well). I love people who produce good food but this place has VERY LITTLE to offer in terms of local products, most is imported from abroad and sold for a very high price just because it's a farm. Would love to support a local farm but the manners of the manager put me off totally. Will NEVER come back and would never recommend unless you enjoy a company of very RUDE people.
  • Great place to bring your kids to pick your own strawberries, play in the kids area with the bouncy castle and bouncy slide (free to use) and the hay bales or to just run around the fruit lanes. Highly recommended for summertime.

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