21 April 2012

Hatton Farm Village


Hatton Farm Village offers a fantastic, great value day of fun for all the family. Set in several acres of beautiful countryside with farm animals, funfair rides and daily shows there is plenty to do and see. There is ample free parking too and a selection of shops nearby to visit offering jewellery, toys and homeware.

We have visited Hatton several times now, it's fairly local to us so it doesn't involve hours in the car and there is plenty to keep the kids occupied for a full day. For my family of 4 entry was £35.80 which I think is superb value for money and the food isn't priced too badly either if you decide not to take a picnic (or if the weather doesn't allow!).

We arrived as they opened and queues were minimal due to there being plenty of staff on hand. Upon paying we were provided with wristbands; this saves the hassle of hand stamping if you need to pop back to your car or want to nip out for lunch which is a great idea. We were also provided with details on the days events and attractions.

Attractions
Tristan the Runaway Tractor
Childrens Show
Adventure Play
Trampolines
Snorty's Bouncing Barnyard (indoor soft play)
Indoor under 5's play area
Guinea Pig Village
Farmyard Favourites
Pig Palace
Gold Rush
Fun Fair Rides
Childrens Puzzles and Games
Tractor Trek
Rare Breeds
.... and lots more.

If you want to find out excatly what's at Hatton you can view their Map of Activities.

Favourites
Our favourites included the falconary display where Minxy got to hold and feed a bird of prey, JCB Young Drivers Zone where the kids drove around a track on little diggers and the Farmyard Favourites area where we could handle small animals and got to see a tiny piglet!


Overall we think that Hatton Farm Village is a great day out and definately worth a visit.
Hatton Farm Village in Warwick is located just a few minutes from Junction 14 of the M40 and is well sign posted as Hatton Country World.

They are open daily bar Christmas Day and Boxing day from 10am- 5.30pm


**This is not a sponsored post. We paid for our own tickets and the views are honest based on our experience.**

15 comments :

  1. I've not been here myself but I think my parents took my two eldest a while back. Looks like a great day out for little ones x

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    1. We keep going back there as it really is lovely and good value :) so many places have such overpriced entry fees but Hatton is very fair on cost x

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  2. This looks like my sort of day out. thank you for shring it on Country Kids. I bet the kids had a wonderful time

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  3. I haven't been there and it looks a great day out. Do you think it's somewhere worth travelling to?
    Visiting from Coombe Mill linky.

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    1. The farm itself is lovely with lots for children to interact with, shows and displays throughout the day and there is indoor play for when the weather is poor and a restaurant. There is also a collection of small shops on site so Id say it is somewhere worth visiting/travelling to (unless in Scotland, that would be a bit of a trek lol) x

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    2. Forgot to add they having camping too at certain time during the year x

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    1. It's lovely and very interactive. Especially great for younger children/toddlers x

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  5. My little one hasn't been to a farm place yet. Thanks for the review. I think the price is a little costly but you can get a day out for it with great entertainment.

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  6. This looks and sounds like a lovely place to take the little one when we are next in the area :-)

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  7. This looks such a lovely place,I love visiting Farm's,such lovely places for kids

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  8. What a lovely place for a lovely day out!

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  9. May need to take a trip here when Ted is a bit bigger! Looks fun! :)

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  10. Sounds a lovely place to take your kiddies to enable them to learn about the countryside

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