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Kenyon Hall Farm, Warrington

Categories: Farms, Tourist Spots
Inspirock Rating:
3.5/5 based on 220+ 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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  • We visited today to pick our pumpkins. This was great. My review is solely based on the cafe. After ordering at the till we waited 15 minutes for 2 slices of cake & 2 hot drinks. We selected a table f...  read more »
  • Met three ex colleagues here for lunch. We were not rushed even though all the tables were taken. Friendly service, fresh food and very reasonable prices. Wished I had ordered the pasty or pie though!...  read more »
  • I took my 5 yr old to this. Very reasonable at £3 per person! We went in and wandered around for around an hour until we had found all of the fruits and veg hidden inside ( kids entertainment inside t...  read more »
  • 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.
  • There's a few tables inside but those outside had a wasp problem a couple of summers ago. There's a good selection of local and craft foods, however, the chocolate selection was poor. You can easily spend a couple if hours picking fruit in late summer across the many fields. You can also buy potted fruit and ornamentals. There's a small playground for kids too.
  • Nice for a stop off driving up the m6. Good fruit and nice staff. Far too busy. Good pit stop with the little ones
  • Good food in the café and friendly staff. Good selection of vegetbles
  • A fun day out for the family, picking fruit. Good play area too.
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