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All reviews play area afternoon tea small farm social enterprise bacon ciabatta ideal for young children scones lovely cafe guinea pigs gift shop lovely tea room worth a visit staff were friendly lovely visit couple of hours animals farmyard
Nice little free activity especially if you have young children, there is a small farmyard with pigs, goats, chickens, rabbits etc. Then a small but friendly coffee shop that does excellent food. There was a a small farm shop and gift shop.
I have just enjoyed an excellent meal at Betton farm near Scarborough with my family. Our ages ranged from 3 years old to 80 years old, and everyone was catered for without any problems.There was a varied menu to suit all ages, and nothing was...More
It's not very often you get to go somewhere for free these days but this small free farm is a lovely visit. We recently used this location to partially create our latest You Tube video based on the Gruffalo. Check it out by searching you...More
Food basic. Pretty disappointing when it’s pointed out to you that it may be a while due to it being fresh. Hahahahahahaha. Yeah, fresh as a daisy. My friend ordered the pork burger. Now, you know when you get up in the middle of...More
After staying in Scarborough we decided to take a look at Betton Farm. We first visited the ‘restaurant’ which seemed confused, the menu left a lot to be desired, as I purchased a ‘homemade’ apple burger which came with no salad in the burger, the...More
We arrived and had dinner at the cafe which was lovely. Food and service were great. It’s tricky to review the animal farm and play area as there are very few animals to look at, and a lot of the toys in the play area...More
Stopped for a light lunch with friends . Being a warm day we sat outside and enjoyed the beautiful surroundings. Our sandwiches were excellent and quickly served by a friendly waitress. After eating we toured the little farm area and workshop. What a worthwhile place.
Nipped in here todsy for some grub with my parents. Loads of parking and disabled parks, with everything clearly signposted.
There's the animal farm, gift shop, farm shop and bakery.
We opted for the cafe and had two breakfasts, and beans on toast, with 3...More