It takes roughly 15 minutes to get from Golden Sands Holiday Park to Manorafon Farm Park. There is part of the Abergele Castle arch that you have to go under to get to the farm but once you have driven through, there is a good size carpark right outside.
They have llamas, sheep, donkeys & piglets, who are more than happy to let you stroke them and they are very playful with each other. They also have meerkats, goats, ducks and geese which are wonderful to look at (maybe not all as friendly as each other so be careful if you get too close!).
There is a reptile hut which has lots to see, such as snakes, giant snails, toads, spiders and much more, but if you don’t like spiders (like Zara, who was too scared to go in) then you may want to avoid this area.
There are also lots of outdoor activities for the children, which will keep them entertained and happy while you are there. They have a play park with a small obstacle course, ride on tractors (which there is a small charge for), a big sandpit and a foam pit (so make sure your little ones take their swimwear).
In addition to this, there is an area called Tiny Town which has imaginary play units such as farm shop, theatre, vets clinic and a few others. This is a great area for children who like to let their imagination run free (and adults if you are a big kid!).
If you’re feeling a bit peckish you can head to the Greedy Goat Snack Hut which serves hot and cold drinks, crisps and sandwiches. You can take your own picnic with you and there are many picnic areas around the farm for you to sit and enjoy your meal.
We had a lovely time at Manorafon Farm Park and would recommend to all who visit. Throughout the year they run many different events, so if your visiting Golden Sands Holiday Park, make sure you pop down (and don’t forget to bring your discount voucher with you – it will be in your welcome pack when you check-in).
For more details about the farm, visit https://www.manorafon-farm-park.co.uk/