Come and see our gorgeous Gloucester Old Spot piglets, the pygmy goats, Indian runner ducks, sheep including new born lambs, and our rescue chickens as well as the rabbits and cuddly guinea pigs.
At weekends and bank holidays, the ground floor of the manor house is open, with traditional cooking on the huge kitchen range. A stroll into the walled garden reveals vegetable beds to be coveted, providing fresh seasonal produce.
Things to do on your visit
- Meet the new farm animals
- Create your own vegetable plot in the sandpit allotment
- Try a game of croquet on the Manor House Lawn
- Have creative fun in the Barley Barns with the play shop, dressing up box and craft activities
- Stroll through the walled garden and woodland
- Picnic in the orchard
- Play in the Norman moat
- Explore the site by following our copper rubbing trail
- Spot the feral cats!
- Enjoy lunch, coffee, tea and delicious cup cakes in the Simple Bakery coffee shop - open 8.30 to 5.30
- Find outstanding local produce and crafts plus exciting toys in the newly refurbished shop
Most importantly, soak up the atmosphere and enjoy the time you spend at Cogges
We are running an exciting programme of events throughout the season. Please see our events page for further information.
Weddings, Parties, Meetings and Filming.
Cogges is an idyllic and unique location for a wedding. We have two stunning seventeeth century barns which provides a wonderful setting for your most special day. The Cogges Meeting Room is on the first floor of the Manor House and an ideal place for companies and small groups to get away from it all. Filming: Filmimg
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Childrens Parties. Cogges is a wonderful place for all the family. So if you are looking for that special activitiy for your child's birthday why not think of Cogges. We have lots of outdoor space for children to run and explore in safety. Please click HERE for more information
Please note we do not offer accommodation but there is plenty available locally. Please click HERE
Last Updated: 28 Apr 2015