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It was a great experience and a complement to our pleasure in the Netherlands. My children enjoyed goat feeding, horseback riding and watching cows and birds. I would like to thank the hosts who were at the top of tact and kindness..💕👌🏻
This farm is amazing. It's been around for so long, and it only gets better. We really enjoyed feeding and cuddling the baby goats and playing in the playground. Next time we'll do all that and even more. Now that we live in the region...More
We went with our 6 and 3 year old and they had a blast! Lots of animals to see and things to do. There is a great playground for additional entertainment. A small restaurant with a typical Dutch lunch menu and snack. (Delicious apple pie!)...More
This is a lovely little petting farm.
You can pet goats & pigs. Form €1 you can. It a pot of food that you can feed to the goats.
You can also let your children go on a piney ride for €1.
Considering the entry...More
We went to this little farm with three teenagers mainly for the cheap kanoeing.There are one- and two-seaters available which take you up and down the calm river for quite a while although at one point you encounter some very low bridges where you have...More
We spent there half of the day. Our kis (3 and 4.years old) and we liked it very much! There are a lot of things to do, its a free entrance and you pay only for services (milk for goats, boat hiring, pony riding ant...More
A very enjoyable afternoon with kids. A well laid out farm with goats, pigs, cows, horses, hens, rabbits etc. Easy to interact with the animals, particularly the goats, who are very friendly.
When we were there the goats had just had their kids so loads...More
This farm is just lovely for children. It is primarily for children and is a wonderful day out.
The goats are the highlight as you can see them from birth during the Spring months. Children can get up close and touch them as well as...More