Attractions in Somerset in general Reviews
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Newest Review: ... on arrival, and after paying £6.50 per adult and entering the park, things took a turn for the worse. *Filthy horses with matted fur and tails are standing in filthy, run-down stables. *Cows, sheep and pigs are standing on top of dung/straw that has got to be at least a foot deep. *Piles of rubble/wood/wire fencing are lurking around every corner. *There is no zoo licence (needed in order ... more
Customer Attractions in Somerset in general Reviews (3)
by Emma - written on 05/08/10
Court Farm Country Park, Banwell, W-S-M, Somerset. Absolutely DISGUSTING. If you want to see dilapidated buildings, emaciated animals, dried up ponds and abandoned farm machinery, this is definitely the place for you. The leaflet we picked up about this 'Country Park' (and the website alike) made this place look and sound amazing; the perfect day out for us and our baby daughter. However. Poorly signposted, poorly laid out car park, shoddy signage and entrance, rude staff and cheap 'souveniers' awaited us on arrival, and after paying £6.50 per adult and entering the park, things took a turn for the worse. *Filthy horses ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/06/10 (Very useful, 101 readings)
I've practically lived all over the UK at some point during my twenties as I was an adventurous spirit, but Watchet in Somerset was one of those mystifying places of solace by the sea, I went back last month to visit some friends in Minehead, all of them regularly go camping at the Watchet holidaying site that is just a 16 mile journey from their own location. Watchet is not the prettiest country harbour town you will ever see in your life, but it certainly sounds that way if you read part 2 and 3 of The Rhyme of the ancient mariner poem by Samuel Coleridge, 'blessing the Western Wave and The Bloody Sun at Noon' - Anyone would think that you are sightseeing in ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/12/08 (Very useful, 427 readings)
Well as it is Christmas, I thought a trip to visit Father Christmas was necessary for my darling daughter who is 6 years old. I thought is would be nice to go somewhere to see Santa as a group with some friends. I mentioned it to a few friends at work and they suggested going to Cramore (near Shepton Mallet) and going on Santa's train. We looked into the train at Cramore and decided to give it ago. We booked for 10.30 am on Christmas Eve to get in the mood for Christmas. A work colleague booked the tickets online and a few days later, they arrived in the post the tickets had all the details we needed such as the price date etc. The seats on the train cost us ... Read the complete review
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