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Healey's Cornish Cyder Farm

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Penhallow, Truro TR4 9LW, England
+44 1872 573356
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Excellent tour

Our second visit and first full tour and we both loved it. We spent the whole day enjoying the... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Coventry, United Kingdom
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This place we think is great value for money. Its a nice big entrance with good displays. It... read more

Reviewed yesterday
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Deep in the heart of the Cornish countryside, we've been making the most of our orchards for over 25 years. Whether it's getting to the core of great flavour or thinking outside the box, we know what it takes to make apples special. Optional guided tours take you on a Cyder making journey - from apple to Cider! Take a tractor ride through our Orchards, and sample over 40 varieties of Cyder, wine and preserves free of charge
  • Excellent57%
  • Very good27%
  • Average9%
  • Poor4%
  • Terrible3%
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Penhallow, Truro TR4 9LW, England
+44 1872 573356
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Reviewed yesterday

Our second visit and first full tour and we both loved it. We spent the whole day enjoying the place and are planning a return for next year. Tasted the Hicks ands Healeys whiskey and it was a winner, just a shame its £180 a...More

Thank Kezza1077
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

This place we think is great value for money. Its a nice big entrance with good displays. It offers different prices depending on the tour you want. You get to look around the making process. There is also a few animals to see. Nice large...More

Thank Tracey R
Reviewed 2 days ago

While I was primarily there only for the Cyder we went on the tour. And I had no idea that in the old times, cyder had such interesting additional ingredients. I recommend the tasting sessions. But toss a coin for who has to drive, and...More

Thank WILLIAM1066
Reviewed 3 days ago

We arrived back from holidays today having found this place in the tourist information book what attracted us was it was dog friendly. On arrival there were lots of dogs all well behaved and the staff were very welcoming. We had a great tour and...More

Thank Jane G
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

I have no love of cider, or cyder, but I loved this farm. The tour was excellent. Went for the dog friendly £8 tour which was long enough and informative enough. Tasting was a great bonus and the cream team was really value for money....More

Thank Gary L
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

We'd decided to stop here on our way home after a break in Hayle. The brochure promised a lot of free things to do as well as some paying tours. We had a delicious cream tea, but the rest of the visit did not live...More

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Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

We always pop in when we are holidaying in the area. The animals are great entertainment for our little one, especially the goats on a trampoline! The new restaurant is lovely, we have the sharing afternoon tea : two coffees and three large scones (cheese,...More

Thank AlanaJG
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We first went here a few years ago and returned this year on a rainy day. It has certainly expanded but lost some of its charm. The cider's still great though! Was disappointed by the new bottling plant - as someone who runs several factories...More

Thank C F
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Great day out! We paid for the full tour and got a tractor driver named Sam and a tour guide named Louise - both were really enthusiastic about Healey's and the products. Sam was really friendly and passed us over to Louise after the tractor...More

Thank Lauren M
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Lovely place...great for families.. And fantastic cider of all types.. I would have given 5 stars... But I wasnt to happy to see the farm cat eating out of the lovely restaurants crockery on all the tables..very un hygienic.. Not nice

Thank corcky1
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Response from Debra B | Reviewed this property |
Sorry I don't know, but it is quite remote so would say no. If you give them a ring they may be able to give you details Sorry can't be more help.
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Response from robbo791 | Reviewed this property |
Yes they are as long as they are on lead. There are animals roaming around free (cat/chickens) so bare this in mind if your dog likes chasing things.