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Family run Ice Cream Tea Rooms and Animal Patch. All our luxury artisan ice cream is made on the farm from our own cows milk. We have a good selection to try in our Tea Rooms. The Tea Rooms, offers a good range of delicious homemade food and cake.
All reviews ice cream play area sand pit bouncy pillow feeding the animals small animals panini guinea pigs petting zoo lovely place to visit lovely morning animal food cakes go karts play equipment lovely food tea room
Popped in for elevenses. Up the track to the modern spick and span purpose built barn.
Friendly, helpful staff guided our choice of cake then barista'd away a delicious coffee. Everyone happy inside a warm bright space looking out on the children's farm and activities...More
we took our 3 year old grandson here on saturday he loved it there was plenty to keep him entertained & had a beautiful ice cream even though the weather was really cold the best things were the corn barn & the mini panto put...More
My wife and I regularly take our grandchildren here. It is simply a wonderful day out with a couple of youngsters. Get yourself on the "Bouncy flatbed thing" its tremendous. Take a picnic, buy an ice cream, have a bundle of fun.
Excellent for young families. Great attractions for small children. The café is lovely whilst eating my Eaton Mess which was superb a lady came in with small child needing child seat. Staff not only got the child seat. They cleaned the seat fully before the...More
Had a lovely time with the grandchildren here. It has a play barn with a corn pit, a hay mountain and ride on tractors toys. Excellent cafe with delicious food. Out side it has plenty of well care for animals to feed, goats, sheep,donkeys, pigs...More
I decided to visit with my mum and 7 month old son whilst the weather was still warm enough to eat ice cream. It was our first time. It's £4.50 per adult and a £1 for food for the animals. We decided to eat first....More
On a drive we decided to simply get an ice cream.
The long drive up to Blurbells has an appalling road surface full of potholes which have
to be very carefully negotiated.
This has put us off returning especially as I have had to have...More
Our visit to Bluebells is usually to visit the cafe/tea rooms which we have done fairly regular over the years but now feel that they seem to have it wrong regarding prices they charge for everyday sort of refreshments. When we first visited the prices...More
Hi, when we were there we took our granddaughter and she had beans on toast and I'm pretty sure they had fruit drinks for sale. I had a salad and my husband had ham, egg and chips. They have tea, coffee,water too. Lots of... More
Hi, when we were there we took our granddaughter and she had beans on toast and I'm pretty sure they had fruit drinks for sale. I had a salad and my husband had ham, egg and chips. They have tea, coffee,water too. Lots of nice looking cakes as well. Hope this helps.
Response from Oliver B | Property representative |
Thanks for your question. The best route is down Footpath No. 22 which comes off Sancroft road, which will bring you across the fields. The only other route is down Locko Road but this is a very busy road and there is... More
Thanks for your question. The best route is down Footpath No. 22 which comes off Sancroft road, which will bring you across the fields. The only other route is down Locko Road but this is a very busy road and there is no pavement.
I hope that helps