Found a leaflet for this place whilst on holiday and being a horse lover just had to visit. I loved it!!!
We arrived a little early and a small dog came running to the gate to meet us followed shortly after by the elderly gentleman who runs the place. His helpers had gone to a show and he was on his own so apologised that everything was taking a little longer than usual. This is a true working farm and it is evident that money goes on the horses rather than the look of the place and that's the whole point. We were shown around and I got to feed one of the Suffolk Stallions who was amazing. We met some of the other animals and then had a lovely chat with the gentleman about his carriages and the Donkey in the carriage museum keeping out of the rain. Tea was next and I was only too glad to help out as the gentleman went and found lots of pictures and told us stories of the centre and the horses. There was only my family and another couple but we all loved it.
You would find it hard to spend all day here and if you have no interest in horses or carriages then its probably not the place for you but this is a nice little gem in the countryside and they need visitors to keep it alive and its protecting a bygone age which is disappearing from many places.
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