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Cairnie Fruit Farm & Mega Maze, Cupar

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  • Great scones and nice coffee on a damp day. Cakes looked amazing. Staff very friendly. Home made jam in the shop.  more »
  • We visit here quite often during the summer, this year we bought a season family pass which is fantastic value, one benefit with the family pass is that you can pop in for half an hour anytime without...  more »
  • Stopped in for Strawberries, and decided to stay for Lunch. So good excellent food, all home cooked,cakes are amazing, always busy, Shop offers a wide range of excellent gifts too.  more »
  • Brilliant, we come 3 + times a year when visiting family in the area. We spent over an hour in the Maze this summer, solving questions and working our way through all the paths. I raced the kids in the go Kart area, great to have facilities which parents can also use! Lovely food in the cafe .. go for the platter, yum. Oh we are going again next week to pick our own pumpkin!!!
  • Kids loved it, We picked our own pumpkins, Kids played in play area and we returned later in the evening to do the torch light maze night. Lovely selection of coffee and cakes. Something for everyone. Well run and friendly staff. Will definitely be returning.
  • We went as a reward for our little girl, fully expecting to be bored as adults... However, we were very wrong! A lot of the larger attractions, adults are able to use as well! - Trampolines, Ziplines, and Large Pillow we both had a go on and thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. This all made it even better for her as Mum and Dad, were joining in with her. The Maize maze was very good too, although I was disappointed the quizzes had run out and we only found 2 out of the ten questions, despite spending 45 minutes wandering the maze. The fruit picking is very good, although we struggled to find ripe strawberries on some of the table top runs, resorting to the traditional floor based runs. I was a little annoyed at having to pay for the weight of the punnet as the cardboard and metal must be weightier than the plastic punnets. In the past when I have fruit picked elsewhere, they weigh a similar punnet, zero the scales, replace the punnet with your picking and you only pay for the fruit. The cost of the punnets are either free or a fixed cost price. The coffee shop is very good and the lattes were very nice!
  • Good day out for the kids. Canteen is hectic and stressful at lunch around 1230 when there's long queues. Each staff member deals with you personally and don't seem to write stuff down, which didn't fill us with confidence. Food (tuna and cheese panani) was good tho when they found the table. Loads to do for the kids; maze is alright and you can find some nice strawberries and raspberries to pick. Unfortunately it was also the season for wasps and they love people with food...
  • Fun day out. Loads of activities - trampolines, a maize maze, toboggan ride and gay bale tunnels. Suitable for 3+. Plus PYO fruit and a tea room.