This place is well worth a visit, we are a family of 5 (children aged 8, 5 and 1) and we spent a good few hours here. There are flat walks to do, and the kids loved going in the hides to watch the birds. Our older two children went in the playground and enjoyed it. When we visited there were (free) crafts on offer for the children to do (sticking, gluing and painting) and toys and books for our toddler. We ate in the café, the kids sandwich box was very good value.
One tip for those with babies - Saltholme have all-terrain pushchairs that you can borrow. You don't necessarily need the all-terrain feature, we walked round with a Maclaren Quest stoller with no problems at all, but there are sheep droppings all over the paths and our stroller got very dirty. I hate having dirty pushchairs, but aside from that we then had to find plastic bags to cover our pram wheels so that the contents of our car boot did not get covered in unhygienic dirt. Unfortunately we set off on our walk via the door in the shop and did not spot the pushchairs available to borrow until we returned via the back door!
There were some lovely things in the shop, and a sale on when we visited on 2nd Jan.
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