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We came here whilst staying at a local holiday house. We had 3 children with us aged 1 1/2 to 10. There is no entrance fee, but you can make a donation to the charity.
We were able to see 5 or 6 horses in...More
I brought my 2 and 4 year old here on the 3rd August, and what an amazing place. The staff are a credit, and the food I saw being served look such good value and amazing quality... we went straight for the cake and the...More
Well appointed charity looking after horse welfare in a quiet and attractive part of Somerset. Very good facilities including a bistro that served good basic dishes at a reasonable prices. The rescued horses are housed in purpose built enclosures and fields within the grounds. All...More
Met some of the staff from here at Marston Magna village fete on Saturday and went for lunch there on Sunday. Did not see much of the horses, but will return when next in the area.
The café area was spacious with outside seating as...More
So good five stars loved it. Can't believe it's free , they should charge or everyone shud leave a discount. The horses are so well looked after. Place is spotless . Lovely walks to see the horses out on the fields . Staff lovely ,...More
I attended a judges seminar at The World Horse Welfare Centre.
Facilities were clean. Food served was of reasonable standard and good value for money.
The indoor school was excellent and we made good use of the viewing terrace and indeed the windows from the...More
Keep meaning to visit here as we live locally. It's well worth a visit. We didn't have much time today and mainly came to try the cafe! The food was delicious, lovely and fresh. Very good value too. There's a great view of the indoor...More
My partner and I have lived in Somerset for eight years and didn't realise this place was just up the road from us, we went along for a visit today, we met a volunteer here today who explanied all the work they do in rehabilitating...More