RECOMMENDATION | Cobble Hey Farm in Lancashire
Why I love Cobble Hey Farm:
It’s a mall, working, family-run farm with lots of charm and great for little people. Expect a more authentic farm experience. No thrills, no tractor rides but great, informative talks in a family-farm setting.
Value for money:
9/10- £5 per adult or free under 2. (You can also buy a season pass which works out at £20 per adult and would be so worthwhile if you’re regular visitors like us!)
Setting the scene:
Evelyn is animal mad so farms are always top of our agenda when it comes to days out. We’re really spoiled for choice in Lancashire but Cobble Hey is one of our favourites. It’s small and intimate and doesn’t have big tractor rides and huge indoor play areas – but I think it’s because it’s so quaint that we love it.
We first visited when Evelyn was 6 months old and have been back numerous times since. Farmer Dave is so lovely. His talks are informative and every day there are lots of opportunities to feed different animals, hold them and even walk the baby goats! There is a small outdoor play area and gorgeous gardens where you can walk and have a picnic! There is also an indoor hay maize and play area for toddlers. It’s not an all singing all dancing farm but it’s real life and that’s why we love it!
There is a café and ice cream parlour too which serves fresh food and cakes. Coffee is amazing and the food we’ve had has always been good! The ice cream moo shake was amazing and I love that again they offer sofas and coffee tables for comfort surrounded with toys for the children so they can play and you can enjoy a hot drink or two!
To find out more visit: Cobble Hey Farm and Gardens on Facebook.
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