Strawberries are in season! Are you looking for recommendations from The Guide Cheshire? This is where you can explore some of Cheshire’s finest attractions.
A great place to go to get your children’s teeth stained in Cheshire is one of our recommended strawberry spots. Our team has hand-picked the best spot for testing out strawberries and creating memories as you pick and run around with your little ones. Strawberry picking is one of the best Cheshire attractions for a family outing because the strawberries taste best after they have been picked.
Kenyon Hall Farm
The team at TGC visited the farm and gathered all the necessary information with answers to questions guests may have before their visit.
What other fruits can I pick here? Raspberries, tayberries, redcurrants, and blackcurrants
Can I do any other activity at Kenyon Hall Farm during my visit? As well as fruit, you can buy fresh vegetables on the farm. Fresh vegetables grown on the farm are sold at a stall on the farm. Furthermore, the farm offers the opportunity to pick strawberries at their excellent ‘table-tops, where the strawberries are elevated off the ground. Picnicking on the farm is an option, and bringing a slice of fresh bread and whipped cream is an excellent way to enjoy your fresh strawberries.
Is there a fee for entering? Strawberry picking on Tuesdays is sold out, but on other days, entry is £4.50. Expect the strawberry fields to be closed on Thursdays and Fridays to allow more fruit to ripen. This week, the first blackcurrants will be available to pick every day with no booking required – just show up before 4 pm and ask a member of staff for containers.
Where is the farm located? Kenyon Hall Farm is located in Croft, Warrington, Cheshire, on Winwick Lane, WA3 7ED. Open 7 days a week, 9 am to 5 pm.
Visit the Kenyon Farm Website for information on tickets and how to get there.