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Kenyon Hall Farm, Warrington

(3.6/5 based on 240+ reviews on the web)
Set in over 500 acres of Cheshire and Lancashire countryside, on the site of a real working family farm, you will find the brand new Kenyon Hall Farm Shop and Café. Opened in May 2011 the facilities now match the quality of the produce and service that has been the bedrock of the farm shop business for more than 30 years. The Kenyon Hall Farm experience is now fit for the 21st Century.
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TripAdvisor
  • You will be paying over the odds for 'quality' products you can find cheaper in a decent supermarket. Basically thats it 
  • I've been attending Kenyon hall farm for years and it has progressed into a wonderful place. Love picking the fruits and peas. I've purchased wonderful plants for the garden and my hanging baskets. St...  more »
  • good range of fruits. The website is regularly updated to let you know what produce is in season. Lovely that you can buy the produce in the shop also, and cafe really good quality choice of 'quirky' ...  more »
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  • Went today on a school trip and was really impressed! Had knowledgeable member of staff Catherine, who engaged the kids really well. We went raspberry picking, corn on the cob pulling, pumpkin hunting and hiding in the maze - a great trip out!
  • Good Option for Pumpkin Picking. Decent prices good selection although Pumpkins are dotted around the field and not still attached.
  • Lovely time pumpkin picking. Very busy. Great fun.
  • Fairground attractions poor, must pay for an adult as well as a toddler to ride, on top of being expensive. Park area poor at best, 1 climbing frame with a plastic slide that had been bolted on as an after thought, 1 zip line with no landing protection should you fall off, there is a bouncy Castle £2 for 5 minutes, not good value. Cafe food mediocre at best and very over priced. At lot of people was leaving after an hour or two, so if your thinking of coming here, my advice is don't save yourself some time and money.
  • Arrived today with my 7 year old excited to pick strawberries. The sign is up so good to go. Left with a disappointed child after being issued containers and walking through a muddy field to find that the majority of strawberries have either gone mouldy or been picked. Most people had the same issue of walking around actually searching for a good strawberry. We gave up after finding a dozen in 20 min. I understand they are seasonal but shut the field and remove the sign for strawberries. Leading the public on a wild goose chase through the mud is a fruitless excersise! I'm only rating my experience today and not the farm shop or cafe.