Rectory Farm, Stanton Saint John

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#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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  • Excellent pick your own all fruit and vegetables. We haven't been on the tractor ride but it looks exciting for the children. The is a play area for the children and a cafe for coffee, lunch etc. They also have a farm shop if you do not want to pick your own.
  • Love fresh fruit and veg! We usually go there on weekends so it can be quite busy. Even tho, we always find a place to park or a bench to sit. Now they have a lot more of them and they are protected from rain (same as bouncy castle and sandbox) so it's still good if you catch a rain in the middle of your visit! You can have a coffee and cake and just wait till it stops :)
  • Bouncy castles; sand pit; hay bale climbing; cafe; extensive pick your own areas; farmshop - if you are too lazy to pick your own - or if you want to buy extras like cream for your strawberries. The cafe changed hands a year or so ago and is more expensive than it used to be. Bring your own picnics are discouraged - but not obviously 'policed'. There are lots of picnic tables, both covered and uncovered. The car park is large; and there are a large number of poly tunnels that make picking your own easier - if a little less romantic on the eye.
  • The best family friendly PYO farm around Oxford. Prices are reasonable, free entry, free kids entertainment (free bouncing castles and sand pit). Good variety of fruit and vegetables to pick. Located very close to Oxford.
  • Lovely PYO farm. Well thought out. Źctivity area for kids, a fairly adequate coffee shop ( we went to pick strawberries so the cafe was good enough). Two varieties of strawberries. Really good farm shop selling local produce. A good place to spend a few hours.

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