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Healey's Cornish Cyder Farm, Truro
(4/5 based on 1,500+ reviews on the web)
Sample and purchase locally produced apple products, such as juices, jam, hard cider, or brandy, at Healey's Cornish Cyder Farm. The current attraction has been operational since 1986, but it's installed on a 19th-century farm. Take a guided tour to see operations behind closed doors and ride a tractor afterward. Don’t miss the petting zoo if you're with kids, and try a Cornish clotted cream tea at the on-site restaurant with a courtyard. Put Healey's Cornish Cyder Farm on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Truro trip itinerary planner.
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TripAdvisor
  • They make the cyder here and you can try all the varieties in gorgeous miniature glass kegs and then buy them at very reasonable prices. Also available there are jams and chutneys made on the premises...  more »
  • I have been meaning to go here for years, being from Cornwall originally but now living in Somerset. I wanted to prove to my Somerset-born partner that Cornish cider is as good as Somerset cider. How ...  more »
  • we were recommended to go here for the cream tea - which is exactly what we wanted! we didnt do the farm tour or anything and it was a very good tea, but this is so subjective.... i enjoyed the crumbl...  more »
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  • We have been here a few times now, and each time there is a bit more to see and do. There are now various tours on offer of the new bottling plant, as well as the old farm buildings containing the shop, restaurant and animals. We went for the unguided tour, but as we were the only ones there, one of the staff took the time to chat to us and give us some samples of apple juice to blend. The shop is good if you are after their more niche products such as their chutneys, jams or their £185 bottles of whisky. If you want to buy a bottle of Rattler though, it's cheaper to get it from the nearest Asda.
  • I go here every year. Amazing selection of jams and drinks to taste! Find out the history of the Cyder Farm from how they create jams and preserves to the long process of brewing the perfect cider. Café and ice cream bar on site. Souvenirs are pricey and can be found for a cheaper price in local shops.
  • Wonderful tour of the cider factory and a chance to taste their range of ciders and wines. They suggest allowing a couple of hours but we were there most of the day. Excellent trip and even the kids enjoyed the trip and their own juice tasting.
  • Good cider, nice place however over priced. Revisted in 2016 still pricey can get the multi packs cheaper at morrissons in Newquay however they have now added another lovely restaurant serving cream tea's and scones that taste fantastic
  • Nice enough place but you get that underlying feeling that the staff are not enjoying the experience...not good people to work for i was told by at least two on site. Also overpriced...buy your bottles souvenirs from Tesco!!