Callestock Cider Farm (Cornwall) Reviews
Description:Scrumpy to Sparkling Ciders, Country Wines, Mead, a range of natural fruit juices and Jams, Chutneys, Mustard and ... more
Newest Review: ... rides and other extras. The farm is home to a few animals such as goats, chickens, ponies and horses. The best thing about the farm is probably the free samples of cider, although the sample sizes are a little small. They do also have other tasting session such as jams, preserves, chutney and wine. They also have guided tours of the museum which shows the history of the farm. This is quite ... more
Customer Callestock Cider Farm (Cornwall) Reviews (4)
by MsMurley - written on 25/03/09
I have been here twice and loved it as a child and an adult. As an adult it is worth travelling the 250 odd miles from my home just to get some Scrumpy, but just as good is the strawberry wine which is delicious. The wines come in really beautiful bottles, too.
by - written on 29/08/08 (Very useful, 200 readings)
I am a man and I love Cider this is the main reason why I love the Cornish Cyder Farm (formerly Callestock Cider Farm).The farm goes a way back in history in fact it is about 150 years old. The farm is the largest Cider maker throughout Cornwall. Since 1986 the farm has been run by David and Kay Healey. For 5 years the farm has been voted 'The nations favourite farm attraction'. Entrance to the farm is free, although you will need to pay for the guided tour, tractor rides and other extras. The farm is home to a few animals such as goats, chickens, ponies and horses. The best thing about the farm is probably the free samples of cider, although the sample sizes ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/11/00, updated on 14/11/00 (Very useful, 107 readings)
I have to admit we found this place by mistake, but I was glad we did. I have been known to enjoy a glass of cider in my years so I thought it was worth a visit. The shop was very spacious and had a massive selection; much to my surprise it was not just scrumpy. There was a large selection of country wines and some of them were quite strong, there were lots of different fruit juices and loads of Jams, Pickles etc. You could try any of the products, I have to admit I tried all of the different types of scrumpy and tried a few wines whereas my wife and children tried out the fruit juices and jams. We brought loads of scrumpy, some juice and jam; we also ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/11/00, updated on 12/11/00 (Very useful, 1291 readings)
When visiting a new place we always like to go in search of local produce. On the way back from a visit to the south coast we came across Callestock Cider Farm. It was pouring with rain and mega gales, so the Scrumpy Farm Tour was off. The place is free to get into, and after tasting a wide range of drinks, non-alcoholic as well as alcoholic. We purchased lots of Scrumpy after hubby and my parents agreed it was lovely, and it went down really well, to well if you ask me, I was driving. As I was driving I tasted the juices, which my children and I really enjoyed. My favourite was the Raspberry and Apple juice, yummy. I bought a bottle and we enjoyed it with our tea . Read the complete review
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