Wallings is a beautifully converted barn situated in lovely rural Lancashire countryside. With ample free parking and fantastic views, you can enjoy a delicious ice cream from our parlour or choose from one of our mouth watering sweet treats on our main menu in the eatery. Our fresh made pancakes and waffles are a favourite with visitors, there’s a huge choice of toppings to choose from too. We have a great selection of tea and coffees and with J Atkinson & Co as our supplier, you can be assured of quality. We also produce our own handmade chocolates made right here on the farm. Our selection is constantly changing and offers seasonal specials for all occasions, We take commissions to produce unique pieces for weddings and special occasions, just contact us to discuss your requirements. Added attractions include ‘Inspirations Plant Centre’, Alpacas, sheep, calves, rare breeds and hens.
As a huge fan of ice cream myself, when I was told about Wallings Ice Cream, I have to say, I was intrigued to hear more about this family run business that was causing a stir locally. Taking a trip to Wallings was an easy one as it’s just a few miles off the M6 motorway and very easy to find. Parking in the car park isn’t an issue as they have both a front and substantial rear car park, so definitely a tick in the box there. As I entered the building, I have to say it took my breath away, so many ice creams to chose, from Ferrero Rocher, to your standard Vanilla, from Sorbets to Gelato, I must of counted twenty at least. Made from the milk from their own Cows, this business has become in my opinion, one of the best ice cream farms not only in Lancashire, but the North West and that’s no mean feat.
Nestled by the River Wyre, the property has a beautiful weir, from where you can sit, relax and watch the wildlife. Home to a variety of species, if you stay a while you’ll be rewarded by much activity.