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Cob House

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Cob House Worcester Road, Wichenford WR6 6YD, England
+44 1886 888517
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Superb Sunday Roasts

We've been meaning to come here for a while, since it was mentioned as a great day out on the... read more

Reviewed 18 September 2017
Worcestershire, United Kingdom
Great little find!

So pleased I found this on a taste card app! We visited on a damp morning and had a wonderful time... read more

Reviewed 9 August 2017
via mobile
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The Mayfly Cafe at Cob House Fisheries is a fantastic place to stop off on your travels or for the day with plenty for all the family. Set in 45 Acres with panoramic views from the cafe you can watch the kids play on the timber trail play area or the activity meadow. We have 5 Reindeer, 4 Alpacas, 2 Pigs, 7 Goats and feathered friends to visit for FREE! There are 9 fishing pools open for day ticket offering both match and pleasure fishing. Lots of walks, why not bring a kite to fly or a ball to play football out in the grounds? Car boots run the 1st and 3rd Saturday April to September and there are lots of other events that can be see on our website.
  • Excellent51%
  • Very good29%
  • Average14%
  • Poor5%
  • Terrible1%
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Cob House Worcester Road, Wichenford WR6 6YD, England
+44 1886 888517
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Reviewed 18 September 2017

We've been meaning to come here for a while, since it was mentioned as a great day out on the Plutonium Sox blog. It didn't disappoint! Our party of eight had the Sunday Carvery (topside of roast beef & roast pork) and the children's meals...More

1  Thank CockneyBrum
Reviewed 9 August 2017 via mobile

So pleased I found this on a taste card app! We visited on a damp morning and had a wonderful time. Well worth a visit for a few houra. Maybe even more if you wanted to do the walks on offer there. Very reasonable prices...More

Thank lilybeandavis
Reviewed 21 July 2017

There are some really nice animals here which children would love to see and feed. Food available from within the Mayfly Cafe. It is free to go into the parkland area and there are plenty of walking trails you can choose to take from this...More

1  Thank Janet H
Reviewed 24 May 2017

Great place with lots if animals for the kids to see. There were pigmy goats, reindeer, guinea fowl and lamas there. The animals look well cared for and the lakes are nice too. There is also fishing here although I did not partake.

1  Thank woodyGBR
Reviewed 2 May 2017

went for the first time today very busy staff all three of them the older one was rude face like thunder and not helpfull had to clean own table .got meal then had to wait 10 mins to pay for it so was going cold.shame...More

1  Thank wo2steve372
Reviewed 1 May 2017

Visited here today and what a disappointment ! Hardly any animals and what was there didnt look too healthy. Miserable staff in the cafe, run down looking place to be honest, got in the car and went elsewhere.

2  Thank Sam N
Reviewed 5 March 2017 via mobile

Met some friends here for lunch and a long walk, waiting in the queue trying to get noticed by the staff, finally got noticed and ordered our roasts, most of the food had dried up and didn't look very appetising but everyone was hungry and...More

1  Thank Richf176
Reviewed 18 December 2016 via mobile

Lovely place with a variety of walking routes through countryside along well defined rights of way. At the cafe there are free sheets describing each walk. Nice cafe on site, and lots of animals for children to see. A great way to spend a couple...More

Thank MaryBarryJackson
Reviewed 3 December 2016

A good place to visit with kids, lots of open space to run around and a playground as well. Feeding the reindeer was a highlight for us!

1  Thank jccharlie
Reviewed 24 October 2016 via mobile

Nice park with reindeer and various walks. Cafe is well stocked and does a good Sunday roast. And it's free to visit!!

Thank Keiran B
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13 September 2016|
Response from WorcesterMoray | Reviewed this property |
Yes, I would say so. Gravelled/grassed areas but seemed pretty flat although may be some mud with rain?
Jackie J
7 August 2016|
Response from bigbadbri | Reviewed this property |
from worcs head towards hallow turn left towards martley cob house is on this road through broadheath just before masons arms from worcs cob house will be on the left