A nice day, despite some people spoiling it for others
Enjoyed the day out. There was alot to do, which kept the young children happy. The only reason there wasn't a 5 star, was due to the fact that when I went to the café, a lady and her young children pushed in front of me, without so much as saying a word, and the lady (who was fairly old), thought that she didn't have to wear a mask, even though she was wearing it around her neck
28. April, 2021.
Lovely little farm
What a lovely little place this is. We have been a few times now and for the price its brilliant. Just over £11 for 2 adults, a 5year old and a 1year old who was free. Lots of animals to see - donkeys, goats, wallabies, chickens to name a few. Outside play areas are great for the kids and a little cafe serving hot drinks. Lota of benches for picnics. Definitely be back.
30. August, 2020.
Lovely little farm
We visited the farm today with our Children and grandchildren. What a lovely little farm! It’s not one of your larger farms but there is more than enough to do, we spent 4 hours there, obviously not everything was open because of covid but most parts are out doors so that was not a problem. There is a few play areas for children and good outdoor space to eat. The social distance measurements in place are very good. Time slots for booking so no congestion on entry, one way system in place round the site and in the cafe. Hand sanitisers in place and areas are clean. Very good value for money we only paid about £33 for a group of 8 and that was with 5 bags of food for the animals, I’m not sure if that was a reduced rate because of covid. Would visit again
30. August, 2020.
Helpful staff, extremely clean facilities including toilets which is a rarity.
Lots of hand sanitation around, excellent cafe and a lovely place to explore! Will definitely recommend and will return.
11. August, 2020.
Fantastic little place. Affordable and very reasonably priced at £12 for the 4 of us. Its funny because there aren't THAT many animals, pigs, goats, alpacas, degas, guinea pigs, rabbits, donkeys, horses etc, but there are several great play grounds; a larger adventure playground and go carts for older kids and a smaller toddler playground by the cafe, which the kids (age 6) LOVED. The whole place was really well looked after, clean and well maintained. Toilets were very clean and there were also plenty of handwashing and sanitisation stations. There were also miniature golf and den building areas which again went down a storm with the kids. Cafe was on a reduced menu due to COVID-19- hotdogs or sandwiches and a selection of ices and drinks, but very well run with a one way system and staff wearing PPE. Sand pit and maze closed due to Covid but still plenty to do! Ensure you book online in advance. We had trouble with the website but i think it crashes if the slot isn't available, so try to book the day before and for us it worked fine. We were blessed with beautiful weather ❤ which helped, but we had a fabulous day and I would wholeheartedly recommend to everyone!
3. August, 2020.
A great day out for kid’s!
A great day out for the kid’s at a farm easily accessible from the surrounding towns. Even with the one way system in place the farm offers great value for money and enough animals/ attractions to keep kids occupied for 3-4 hours.
The paths also offer great pushchair accessibility for those bringing babies.
4. January, 2020.
Value for money
Whilst there may be bigger farms with more animals and attractions to see this is by far the best value for money farm we have visited. Entry for under 2s is free which is a bonus for us and the cafe is well worth the price! The covered sandpit area is ideal for small children both in very sunny or wet weather. There is not a great deal of animals to see and it's not particularly interactive but good for small children.
The only tweeks I can see would be to have more opportunities for petting/feeding and some drainage works as soke areas are quite muddy!
20. December, 2019.
Baby friendly farm
Loved visiting coulby newham farm. Will deffo return soon. Expecially knowing piglets are due any day... But what's good to know is Under 1s go free and me and my partner went with my 10 month old, so it only cost us £8. Worth the money as its a great experience for baby and older kids I would say. Quite a big farm and under construction so getting bigger, LOTS TO DO, GREAT DAY OUT. Also has a lovely cafe with Gorgous gluten free chocolate cake. And has a great outdoor play ground for toddlers. We took the pram around the farm as most of it is outdoors and we could keep our LO warm in her footmuff. Such a family friendly farm with very welcoming staff.
21. November, 2019.
Family Fun Day
Took the two Grandkids (both 3 years) and even though it was a damp dull day they had a great time seeing all the animals including petting some of the smaller animals. There were plenty of other activities there too including a maze which they loved.Had a coffee in the cafe (kids had a lunch box), this was all quite reasonably priced. Looking forward to going again when there may be some young lambs running about.
Tripadvisor rating score: 4.0 of 5, based on 177 reviews.
Newham Grange Farm
Newham Grange Farm
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