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Greenlands Farm Village, Tewitfield

Categories: Farms, Tourist Spots
Inspirock Rating:
3/5 based on 160+ reviews on the web
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  • Last minute idea to take a trip here. Farm is small but kiddies can interact with the animals feeding and stroking them. Shop was reasonably priced nice things on sale from food to gifts to home furni...  read more »
  • A nice farm and it was fun to feed the animals. It would have been nice to have a proper petting area for the rabbits and guinea pigs. The place wasn't clean in walking areas either and the "village" ...  read more »
  • We were staying close by to this interesting attraction & decided to visit, the car park here has a few potholes - however it maybe work in progress as other outlets were in the proccess of being fini...  read more »
  • It was a wet day so we decided to go here for the play barn with my 2 year old. One of the more expensive soft play areas at £5 entry but it wasn't bad. My daughter enjoyed it. Pros Free juice Free cookies Nice big quick slide Cons Dirty in parts Costly Inconsistent - my sister-in-law and nephews came in 5 minutes later and were charged £3
  • For me (a grandad) Greenlands is good at what it offers. There is a reasonable cafe, a shop for gifts and delicatessen foods, and access to farm animals. The place has special events at, for example, Bank Holiday weekends. It *is* a farm-like experience, so it is not clean or smell-free, but that is good. And there is a petting place. And on site there is also a small Garden Centre, a cheese cake shop and a wine shop. So four stars.
  • Very disappointing day out. Had to queue up in shop for over half and hour to be served because there was only one young girl serving who was very slow. Very expensive at £6 per person. The stench was awful, the animals absolutely filthy. I realise its a farm but my goodness I've never seen such a mess. A cow just standing there all day long, looked doped. Our little granddaughter played in the barn and the day after was violently sick. Im almost certain it was the dirty farm. Paid £2 for a cup of tea!! Repeat £2 and it was rubbish. Wont be going again.
  • Even though it was raining had a Lovely time. The food was delicious and the shops are great. Took some lovely items home with us. Worth a visit. 😀
  • Myself, my wife, brother in law and wife came to visit with our two children. We asked how much it was and then paid separately, so £5pp, £20 in total. On exiting the shop, before we'd entered the farm, we saw a sign saying that it was £15 for a family of four plus children. We immediately asked if we could change for a family ticket and were very rudely told no, it was our responsibility to choose the correct ticket. Then we saw lots of animals in small, cramped environments, chickens with feather loss, probably from self trauma, cows kept alone, despite being group animals. Horrible. Avoid.
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