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Occombe Farm

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Nice Farm

Occombe farm is great for a visit whether it be to walk round some of their trails, see the animals... read more

Reviewed 24 August 2012
Jules_sunset
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Paignton, England, United Kingdom
Little pricey, but a great lunch treat

I've been to Occombe Farm for lunch on a few occasions recently, mainly because I've enjoyed it so... read more

Reviewed 21 August 2012
drjamin
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Devon, England
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This organic, working farm on the edge of Paignton is open to the public 7 days a week. You can see farm animals including cows, sheep, chickens, pigs and alpacas, and walk a lovely 2km nature trail with a bird hide. Our Farm Cafe serves local...more
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Preston Down Road, Paignton TQ3 1RN, England
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Reviewed 1 October 2012

We always love calling into Occombe Farm and as there is no entrance fee you can call in for a short while when you are passing and not feel you have to stay for ages to get your monies worth. The walk is excellent and...More

1  Thank Zetta321
Reviewed 26 September 2012

I have heard much about occombe over the years and was really looking forward to trying the 'award winning' cafe. I opted for the 'luxury' smoked salmon breakfast for £7.50. Waited around 30minutes for it to arrive only to find cold tomatoes and scrambled eggs...More

3  Thank SecretSquirrelMum
Reviewed 24 September 2012

We try to go to Occombe's Farm every time we stay in Paignton. The attraction is basically free to visit & you can spend as much or as little money as you like in the Cafe, shop, organised entertainment etc. The nature walk is lovely...More

Thank MCP163
Reviewed 23 September 2012

I treated my young grandchildren to a drink&cake after school. "Specials board outside" said Tea/Coffee & cake 1500-1700 hrs. £4.25. I asked if we could have 2 soft drinks instead; " yes". Chose 3 slices & drinks; Eventually she got the supervisor who said "we...More

2  Thank DEVONAMBER
Reviewed 14 September 2012

We went there for breakfast before leaving Devon... and England, as we're French. It was our last, real, wonderful English breakfast with incredibly good ingredients (sausages, mushrooms, tomatoes, bacon, egg, a devon cream tea and a great gluten free cake). We will certainly come back...More

Thank Alice C
Reviewed 1 September 2012 via mobile

Just had breakfast here with my partner and young son and it was absolutely lovely. Everything on the plate was really high quality and cooked to order. The cafe is light and airy and has beautiful views of the countryside. The staff were really friendly....More

Thank sarah w
Reviewed 28 August 2012

This is a review of our experience of the cafe. We stopped for lunch at Occombe farm and it wasn't very busy. In spite of this we waited a very long time for our food. We ordered from the specials board. It is explained that...More

2  Thank mayb-1
Julian C, Manager at Occombe Farm, responded to this reviewResponded 30 August 2012

Hi sorry to hear you didn't enjoy your visit to the cafe at Occombe. We really do strive to serve good quality local food so it's disappointing you felt let down. If you would like to give us another try at no cost please get...More

Reviewed 25 August 2012

Occombe farm is great! Great food, great drinks, great beer fest! Oh and cool animals too! The food is very diverse and so fresh. All the produce is orgainc. They even have a great little shop that has the best organic produce around. We get...More

Thank TommasC
Reviewed 24 August 2012

Occombe farm is great for a visit whether it be to walk round some of their trails, see the animals or just for a spot of lunch, with organic food. Would definitely recommend :)

Thank Jules_sunset
Reviewed 21 August 2012

I've been to Occombe Farm for lunch on a few occasions recently, mainly because I've enjoyed it so much I've found reasons to go back! I should clarify that I've not been to the farm and this brief review is just about the food. I...More

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Completely Free, walk around a 2km nature trail, look at the animals (this is a working farm not a visitor attraction so what you can see changes constantly) and use the bird hide in the woods. All for nothing. All looked... More
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