Hall Hill Farm (Lanchester) Reviews
Description:Address: Lanchester / Durham / DH7 0TA / England / There is a wide range of friendly animals to meet face to face ... more
Newest Review: ... when little ones discover they can aim and squirt the udders at each other. Moving on there are a few outdoor sheltered stalls which house pigs, cows and their young. Just outside of the main farmyard is a polytunnel in which live mainly young sheep and goats. I've always found the kids to be particularly sweet, and greedy. Walking on, there's a field for Donkey rides, which cost 50p. When I ... more
Customer Hall Hill Farm (Lanchester) Reviews (4)
by - written on 18/11/10 (Very useful, 125 readings)
Hall Hill Farm is a family orientated tourist attraction near Lanchester in County Durham. It's a family farm which first opened to visitors in 1981 and has won several awards over the years, the latest being a Gold Award this year from the North East England Tourism Awards. Hall Hill is open daily between 10.30am and 5pm from March to September, but closes over most of the Winter. They do weekends in October and 'Santa weekends' during the first three weekends in December. I've visited a couple of times and no doubt will do again. Wherever you come from you'll need to drive along country roads to get there, but it's well signposted so not hard to find. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/05/09 (Very useful, 136 readings)
I have visited Hall Hill Farm atleast once per year for the past four years or so and have enjoyed each visit. I usually visit in the spring around lambing season as feeding the lambs is the part of the trip the kids like the best. The farm itself is located near Satley in County Durham. When you first arrive you pull into the carpark where there are plenty of spaces for everyone and parking is never a problem. Once through the carpark you enter the visitors shop where you pay to enter the farm. The cost at the moment is £5.20 per adult and £3.90 per child with under 3's being free. A 2 adult / 2 children ticket will cost £16.00. The shop also stocks an ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/04/09 (Very useful, 103 readings)
I have been visiting Hall Hill Farm ever since my son was about 3 years old (he is now 7) and I still love it. Hall Hill Farm is situated in Lanchester, County Durham. 10 Miles away from Durham City and 18 miles away from Newcastle. The farm is ran by David Gibson and was first opened in 1981 by Jack and Ann Darlington. The prices that you pay to enter include: Free tractor ride, animals to stroke & feed, playground & Noah's arc. Entry costs: Adults £5.20 Over 60's £4.75 Children (3 - 15) £3.90 Under 3's ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/03/09 (Very useful, 589 readings)
Recently it was the school half term holidays and by Wednesday my family had started to get a bit stir-crazy. The weather wasn't fantastic but it wasn't too bad either so we decided to go to a local farm, Hall Hill Farm for a day out. ** Where it is ** Hall Hill Farm is located on the B6296 near Satley, Co. Durham in north-east England. It is around 10 miles from Durham city and 18 miles from Newcastle. ** What it is ** Hall Hill Farm is a working farm that is open to the public. It has 290 hectares growing wheat, barley and oil seed rape and also has a substantial number of animals which is the area that is open to the ... Read the complete review
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