Old Holly Farm


Cabus Nook Lane

Tel: 01524 791 200

Fax: 01524 791 200

Calves at Old Holly Farm

Guide Prices

Ticket TypeTicket Tariff
Entry to the Open Farm£3.50 per ticket
Playbarn - for 90 mins exclusive session£50.00 per ticket
Playbarn(midweek/termtime)90mins exclusive session£35.00 per ticket

Group bookings and Coaches welcome - please contact in advance or call 01524 791200, option 2, for more details.

Free car parking available. Please be aware that picnics are not allowed on site. For any specific dietary requirements please contact the farm directly.



  • Family Fun
  • On-Site café/restaurant
  • Outdoor Attraction
  • Parking Areas for Disabled Visitors
  • Toilets
  • Toilets for Disabled Visitors


  • Facility for service dogs - Access statement available to download from website

Children & Infants

  • Baby Bottle and Food Warming Facilities Available

COVID-19 Response

  • COVID-19 measures in place
  • COVID-19 risk assessment completed
  • COVID-19 staff training completed
  • Open now

Establishment Features

  • Disabled Access/Toilets

Parking & Transport

  • Car Parking
  • Coaches Welcome
  • Parking (free)

Payment Methods

  • American Express accepted
  • Delta accepted
  • MasterCard accepted
  • Solo accepted
  • Switch accepted
  • Visa accepted

Provider Preferences

  • In countryside

Specialist Features

  • Aim to Attract Conferences & Business meetings

Map & Directions

Road Directions

Parking, there is ample free car parking on site, and disabled parking is clearly signed near the entrance to the Shop. Please note there is a 5mph speed limit on our site.Travelling from the north – leave the M6 at junction 33, taking the A6 signposted for Garstang. About 5 miles from the junction you will see a sign on the right hand side of the road for Old Holly Farm. Take the nest road on the right, just after the Garage onto Cabus Nook Lane, the farm is immediately on the left. Travelling from the south – leave the M6 at junction 32, taking the A6 signposted for Garstang. About 10 miles from the junction you will see a sign for Old Holly Farm on the left hand side of the road. Take the next road on the left, just after Quattros restaurant onto Cabus Nook Lane, the farm is immediately on the left.

Public Transport Directions

Old Holly Farm is an ideal destination for a car-free day out. A regular bus service which connects Preston and Lancaster, has a bus stop directly outside the farm entrance, this bus stop is known as Cabus. For further details, including bus timetables, please contact Traveline.


  • VAQAS VB Attraction
VAQAS VB Attraction


  • Visit England Small Visitor Attraction of the Year - Silver 2012
  • Sub-Regional AwardsSmall Visitor Attraction of the Year Small Visitor Attraction of the Year 2011
  • Sub-Regional AwardsPartner of Visit Lancashire Partner of Visit Lancashire 2018
  • Sub-Regional AwardsLancashire Tourism Awards Finalist 2019 - Small Visitor Attraction Award Lancashire Tourism Awards Finalist 2019 - Small Visitor Attraction Award 2019
  • Sub-Regional AwardsEngland We're Good To Go England We're Good To Go 2020

Opening Times

Open (1 Jan 2021 - 24 Dec 2021)
Monday - Tuesday09:00 - 17:00
Thursday - Sunday09:00 - 17:00

* Closed - Christmas Day, Boxing Day, 27th December and New Year's Day only.
Christmas Eve 08:00 to 15:00 - New Year's Eve 09:00 to 16:00.


Old Holly Farm Courtyard Cafe, CabusThe Taste Lancashire accredited Courtyard Café provides an appetising selection of meals and refreshments throughout the year, with its evolving menu and special boards reflecting the seasons and products sold in the shop.  Wherever possible the produce and ingredients used are sourced from local…

Angela Stewart, Cool Cow Ice CreamCool Cow Ice Cream, CabusCool Cow Ice Cream produces around 1,000 litres of deliciousness every week. From traditional vanilla to more innovative flavours such as cherry amaretto, Cool Cow can be bought at Old Holly Farm and across Lancashire.

Saturday, 19th June 2021 - Sunday, 20th June 2021

Scorton Steam 2021Watch everything from souped up ride-on lawnmowers to highly strung methanol-injected, supercharged V8 engine tractors rip it up to get the furthest down a 100m dirt track pulling the heaviest weight
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