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To anyone wishing to visit Donegore Hill Open Farm.
Make sure you contact the owners/staff of this establishment before you embark on your journey, although having said that I have no idea how you can do this as my efforts to telephone were met with...More
We Googled Donegore open farm yesterday 12/04/17 to see the opening hours, according to the web site it should have open. We travelled from Cloughmills with the grandchildren to find it was closed. What more can I say
Donegore open farm is a lovely attraction which doesn't really publicise itself as well as it could. It is perched on a height in the hills above Lough Neagh with views of all 6 counties.. It is very easily accessible from the motorway. Great for...More
Visited donegore today with my 2 young children and had a great time. There were plenty of small activities to do and things to see. There were no queues and the kids really enjoyed themselves. Also plenty of little snacks to keep everyone happy. Staff...More
Just visited this santa trail not only did we have to queue for an hour when we finally seen santa he give the children there presents and didn't even ask them what they wanted for Christmas no communication with them at all awful. If that...More
We went last night with two kids aged 7 and 5. We paid around £35 for four of us (online booking). We had a great time. There were helpful elves at hand showing us the way around the numerous activities including christmas crafts, bisuit decorating,...More
Absolutely awful place, avoid at all costs.
Santa trail is over priced supposed to get sausages and toasted marshmallows the barbecues were going out so didn't get offered sausages and got handed cold marshmallows. Grim stable with baby deer and donkey and alot of discarded...More
started with lunch in restaurant...limited menu but food was ok although overpriced & hardly piping hot. place was practically empty apart from kid's parties. restaurant was cold even when sitting next to the stove. party in progress with kids and adults wearing outdoor coats whilst...More
Great to see this site back in use. With the added bonus of great weather we really enjoyed the nature walk and views across the countryside from the top of the moat.
Ate in the restaurant which was fully and found it was good value...More