Not so long ago me and my little Anews and Nanny Anew recently visited Hatton Country World, we had been to Hatton a few times before probably around 2 years ago, so I was truly shocked when we arrived there to see how much it had changed and in such a positive way!
Once we had checked in with our tickets we had a nosey at the days events. There was a bird of prey event, which if you had seen our Warwick castle post is something we love. Ky was absolutely over the moon when whilst we were watching the show he was the first one to be picked to hold the owl. His little smug face when he came to sit back down was amazing. As you can see from above we also met our version of the owl from Winnie the Pooh which as you can see from the photo above Baby J took quite a liking too 🙂
At lunchtime we went to Snorty’s Bouncing Barnyard , Me and mum had cod and chips which was absolutely beautiful and the boys had really yummy chicken nuggets. I can’t say they were that interested in eating though as Snorty’s Barnyard is full of fun! Big slides you can go down in sacks and loads to climb on. There was even a smaller version for Baby J.
After lunch we visited the children’s area where the boys watched a Magician, we tried to get to the puppet show later on in the day too but the place was just too full.
Above was when we visited the fun fair part of the farm, where there were bouncy castles, big bouncy slides and fun fair rides, all free 🙂 The photo of the 3 of us above that I sneaked in is the 3 of us on Tristan the tractor, my mum couldn’t come on with us as she stayed with my pram. Tristan, of whom is pictured below is brilliant. I really loved going around the farm and listening to Snorty’s camping adventure with the boys, especially the sneaky part where we were sprayed with water!
We met lots of animals including Blake the llama who was one of my faves and my mum took a really shining too. Shame that he wasn’t really interested and pretty much shunted us lol. The boys had some brotherly fun playing on the JCB’s in the tractor playzone bit 🙂 They fed some of the goats and tried to give carrot to the guinea pigs although bless them it was such a hot day and most of they were just flat out and sleeping. If you look at the white and ginger guinea pig in my first photo, she is a pregnant guinea pig. The look on her face, anyone else remember feeling like that when hot and pregnant 😀
Kylie met Snorty the pig just before we were leaving to head to the Hatton Ice cream Parlour. We also met the lovely manager of hatton, all the staff throughout the day were really helpful and pleasant. Just a really lovely day all round. I also learnt a valuable lesson and now always have sun cream in my car!
This photo is a memory of the lovely ending to our day, yummy yummy ice creams for the boys and mum and a frappe for me before a nice sunny drive home.
Hatton Adventure Farm has farmyard animals, adventure play, children’s shows, fun fair rides and seasonal events throughout the year. Whether it is February Frolics, Easter Eggstravanganza, Spring Special, Summer Spectacular, Pumpkin Week or Santa’s Grotto in December, Hatton Adventure Farm offers everything a child needs from a fun family day out all year round.
We really truly did have a lovely day at Hatton Country Farm and we plan on returning around christmas when they have some lovely events on with Father Christmas. (Although I am very tempted around Halloween for pumpkin week too!)
We were given our entry into Hatton County world for the purpose of this review, all opinions are 100% honest and my own.