Healey's Cornish Cyder Farm (Cornwall) Reviews
Newest Review: ... made and takes you out into the orchards where they grow all the apples used to create the scrumpy, this tour is fun and educational with a wide variety of information about the farm and how it runs! once you return from the tractor tour you can then go on the rest of the tour within the farm, where you are taken into the cellars where you can see all of the equipment that was used years ago ... more
Customer Healey's Cornish Cyder Farm (Cornwall) Reviews (2)
by - written on 26/06/12 (Useful, 30 readings)
We absolutely love this place and is one of the main reasons we return to Cornwall year after year. There is a good selection of things to do here including a tractor ride tour, cider tasting, petting farmyard animals, tasting jams, and stocking up on cider for the year as well as a restaurant for lunch/dinner. The tractor ride tour is brilliant, it explains exactly how the scrumpy is made and takes you out into the orchards where they grow all the apples used to create the scrumpy, this tour is fun and educational with a wide variety of information about the farm and how it runs! once you return from the tractor tour you can then go on the rest of the tour within ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/05/11 (Very useful, 40 readings)
On our recent visit to the area we decided to visit the Cider farm as it was only 3 miles from where we were staying, and we had already visited the county's main attractions. Now I'm not a cider fan in fact I'm not too keen on alcohol in general but I found this much more fun than I thought. It also boasts free tasting and entry. Healey's Cornish cider farm is located 8 miles from Newquay in Penhallow. It is well sign-posted and very easy to find. It is open between 9am and 8pm depending on the time of year. There is a large free car park opposite the main site and it also has a special section for dogs to do their 'business' they are ... Read the complete review
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