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Melita Honey Farm, Chudleigh

(3.9/5 based on 160+ reviews on the web)
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  • You can taste of a selection of honeys before you buy. They also have great ice cream. The Woking bee display is fun & educational for the kids. Not a bad place to stop for a break along the way. 
  • We stopped in here to break a journey recently. Great little shop with loads of different flavoured honeys (which you can try before you buy), and a variety of other products including beeswax candles...  more »
  • Other reviews are accurate in their description - this is more of a shop than a farm as such. Dozens of honey varieties to sample & all things bees an honey available to purchase. There are hives on d...  more »
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  • Well kept store with loads of bee related goods. Awesome bee hive glass viewing area and loads to taste
  • Very lovely stall with all the honey related stuff. Loved the leathetwood ice cream. You can test trial over 20 styles of honey and the staff is very helpful
  • I had one of the worst shopping experiences ever at this place. The owners are very rude. They are also racists and children-haters. I think all they seek is to make money out of tourists' pockets. My trip to Tasmaina was unpleasant all because of Melita Honey Farm.
  • Interesting place, learnt some interesting facts about bees and honey. Lots of honey flavors to try before you buy.
  • I thought the staff was very helpful and polite and the store/exhibit was very cute. Free tasting of lots of different honey and a large range of souvenirs and gifts. The blue gum ice cream was amazing!