"Charming little farm on good paths"
Visit Date: September 2016
This visit included a person who uses: PowerchairOverview
Took the steam train, had a snack in the little cafe and a gentle meander around the farm. Small area with quite smooth tracks looping around the animals. Plus side you can select one of several owls to touch. Downside, wheelchair access into the paddocks to pet the animals (walk in only through small gates) on request only through a larger gate. Most animals poke their heads through to pet outside and you can feed them pellets for about 50p. 1-2 hours will be enough to look around. No benches to sit on that I remember and plenty of farm sounds. Small toilet at the station only.
Anything else you wish to tell us?
Coffee shop is very small with a 90 degree turn to enter over a door lip. I managed in my small powerchair but the tables were too low to get under. Staff said we could re arrange the tables as we needed to fit around. Good basic food, panini, soup, jackets and pasties. Nice fresh salads. Carers went in free but it was cheap to get in anyway. Outdoor areas under cover to eat and lots of picnic tables.