March 26, 2018
Easter is just around the corner and it’s time to start thinking about how you’ll be spending the Easter holiday. Whether you’re looking to get out and about into the English countryside or you’re looking for an activity that’s suitable for the entire family, you won’t be disappointed. There are a range of fantastic things to do in Cornwall this Easter holiday. From delicious dinners and afternoon teas to tractor rides and Easter egg hunts, Cornwall has it covered.
Are You Planning an Easter Holiday in Cornwall?
If you’re planning an Easter holiday in Cornwall, you find yourself short of things to do and activities to get involved in. Easter is one of the best and busiest times to head to Cornwall as there’s a tonne of things to do as a family. At Healey’s Cyder Farm, we understand that Easter is a time for family and that’s why we organise a wide range of things to do. So, why not come to Healey’s Cyder Farm and see what’s on offer?
- Easter Hunt – This year, Healeys hosts a fun Easter Hunt for our visitors. Using a map, you can seek the egg-shaped signs that have been hidden around the farm. With each egg containing a letter and prizes to be won, this is one activity you won’t want to miss out on.
- Guided Tours – Our guided tours are running throughout Easter, which means you’ll be able to immerse yourself in the farm world and the history behind Healey’s Cyder Farm. There are a range of tours available, simply get in touch to find out more.
- Tractor Rides – A tractor ride is a fantastic thing to do in Cornwall this Easter holiday, and it’s fun for visitors of all ages. Our tractor rides allow you to see Healey’s Cyder Farm from a unique perspective, whilst checking out many of our top attractions.
- Delicious Dinners – There’s nothing better than a traditional, home cooked, farm style meal; this is why our fantastic restaurant is so popular for Sunday lunches! From traditional roasts to lighter snacks, all of our dishes have a unique twist, using ingredients made on the farm.
There’s definitely no shortage of things to do in Cornwall this Easter holiday. Regardless of what sort of activity you’re after, you’ll find yourself spoiled for choice. To find out more about Healey’s Cyder Farm and our Easter holiday activities, get in touch. Contact us today.
March 23, 2018
When it comes to finding things to do in Truro, you won’t be disappointed. Truro is one of Cornwall’s most popular destinations and it’s a hit with couples, families and even large groups. Whether you’re a Cornwall local or you’re heading to the area as a visiting tourist, you’ll find there’s a lot to do in Truro and the surrounding areas.
Top Things To Do In Truro
If you’re heading to Truro or the nearby areas, you may find yourself wondering where to prioritise your time. After all, if you’re only there for a quick visit, you may not have time to fit everything in. This is why we have narrowed down the top things to do in Truro. These include:
- Royal Cornwall Museum – If you’re a bit of a history buff and enjoy learning more about the local area, head to the Royal Cornwall Museum. Located in Truro, it holds an impressive mineral collection and provides a great deal of insight into Cornwall’s mining and engineering heritage.
- Trelissick Garden – Trelissick Garden is a large scenic estate featuring beautiful open space, foliage, floral gardens, a bookshop and an art gallery. Plus, there are a number of woodland walks to enjoy. As part of the National Trust, Trelissick Garden is a great place to spend time in outdoors.
- Healey’s Cornish Cyder Farm – Healey’s Cornish Cyder Farm is one of the top things to do in Truro, something that we’re extremely proud of. There’s a tonne of activities and events held at the farm throughout the year, and we work hard to ensure all ages are catered for. Our top attractions include tractor rides, farm animals and guided tours.
- Truro Cathedral – A visit to Truro Cathedral is a must for any visitor. As one of the few cathedrals in the UK with three spires, it’s a unique piece of architecture and was designed by architect John Loughborough Pearson. It’s located in the centre of the city of Truro, making it easily accessible.
As you can see, there are a number of fantastic things to do in Truro. Whether you’re on holiday as a family or you’re heading to the area on a day out with friends, you won’t find yourself short of things to do. If you’re in Cornwall, why not check out Healey’s Cyder Farm. With a great range of activities and year round fun, we’re a popular choice for families. For more information about Healey’s Cyder Farm, get in touch.
March 19, 2018
When it comes to finding educational things to do in Cornwall with kids, you won’t find yourself short of options. There are a range of fantastic educational activities in Cornwall, many of which are ideal for kids of all ages. Whether you’re heading out as a large family or you’re treating a little one to something special, you’re sure to find something to do that provides a great deal of fun and a lot of learning.
Things To Do In Cornwall With Kids
Though there are many great things to do in Cornwall with kids, we’ve managed to narrow it down to our top five. Which one will you be checking out?
- Learn About Farm Life and Farm Animals: Kids of all ages are sure to enjoy a day out at a local farm, but why not turn this into an educational experience? At Healey’s Cyder Farm, children can find about farm life and gain an insight into how a farm works on a day to day basis. Plus, there are a tonne of fantastic farm animals to learn about.
- Get Stuck Into Nature: There’s so much to learn about nature, so start at the hub of all things natural – The Eden Project! With a range of fantastic plants and two giant biomes, The Eden Project is one of the UK’s top educational attractions. Plus, with so much to see, it’s ideal for a full day out.
- Explore a Steam Railway: Lappa Valley Steam Railway offers a range of great activities, many of which allow kids to explore the fun side of the steam railway. There’s fantastic family fun to be had including seeing old trains, a Thomas the Tank Engine experience, mini golf, canoeing and woodland walks.
- Get Close to Endangered Animals: It’s important for kids to understand just how many unique animals there are, and Newquay Zoo is a fun way for them to learn more. With endangered and exotic animals to check out, kids can marvel at the weird and wonderful.
- Take a Trip Under the Sea: There’s an entire oceanic world to explore under the sea, a lot of which can be seen at Cornwall’s Blue Reef Aquarium. There are over 40 different displays to see, including black tip reef sharks and loggerhead turtles.
To find out more about an educational day out at Healey’s Cyder Farm, get in touch! Contact the Healey’s Cyder Farm team on 01872 573 356 or online.
March 13, 2018
English Tourism Week takes place every year and this year’s event is fast approaching. Held from 17th – 25th March 2018, it celebrates English tourism and highlights the importance and value of tourism throughout the country. If you’re in Cornwall for English Tourism Week, you’re in luck as there are a tonne of fantastic destinations that are well worth checking out.
10 Cornwall Destinations That Are Popular With Tourists
Cornwall is home to some of England’s top tourist destinations, which is why it’s such a popular spot for locals and tourists to enjoy days out. If you’re planning a day out in Cornwall, consider visiting one of these top 10 Cornwall destinations:
Eden Project: The Eden Project is one of Cornwall’s most well known attractions, and it attracts thousands of tourists every year. Visitors can explore the wide range of tropical plants, climates and its unique approach to nature.
Dairyland Farm World: Dairyland Farm World is a great choice if you’re planning a day out in Cornwall with young children. With pony rides and cow milking, it’s an enjoyable and educational place to head.
Kidzworld Indoor Play: If the weather isn’t great during English Tourism Week, there’s no need to worry. There are a lot of indoor activities such as Kidzworld Indoor Play, which will ensure you’re still able to get out and about.
Healey’s Cyder Farm: Though we may be slightly bias, we firmly believe that Healey’s Cyder Farm really is one of Cornwall’s top days out. With tours, tractor rides down to the beautiful orchards and farm animals to meet, visitors of all ages will enjoy their visit.
St. Ives: St. Ives is one of Cornwall’s most popular seaside towns and it’s a great example of what English tourism has to offer. There’s a great beach, places to surf and lots of delicious places to eat.
St. Michael’s Mount: Explore the beautiful causeway, pathways and castle, learning about the legendary giant as you go.
Fistral Beach: Located in Newquay, Fistral Beach is one of Cornwall’s top spots for families and surfers. With fantastic waves and a great stretch of sand, it’s ideal for when the sun is shining.
National Maritime Museum: If you’re looking for an educational day trip, check out the National Maritime Museum. It provides a great insight into Cornwall’s history and its links to the sea.
Bodmin Moor: Get back to nature by paying a visit to Bodmin Moor. It’s one of Cornwall’s top natural beauties and it’s said to be inhabited by mischievous fairies.
Trebah Garden: Explore Trebah Garden and the wonderful footpaths, scenery and nature it has to offer. There’s even a secluded beach along the river.
Cornwall Days Out at Healeys Cyder Farm
At Healeys Cyder Farm, we welcome visitors to the area and encourage you to enjoy one of your Cornwall days out with us. With a range of activities and something for all ages, a day out at Healey’s Cyder Farm is fun for the whole family. To find out more about what’s on offer, get in touch. Contact us today on 01872 573 356 or online.
March 1, 2018
Easter is fast approaching and it’s time to think about how you’ll be spending it. Whether you’re looking for something to do on Easter Sunday or you’re keen to keep the kids busy throughout the school holidays, there’s a tonne of fantastic things to do in Cornwall at Easter.
Top Easter Activities 2018 at Healey’s Cyder Farm
At Healey’s Cyder Farm, we pride ourselves on offering a full range of fun things to do for the whole family. From exciting tractor rides and tours to delicious Sunday lunches and Cornish cream teas, there’s something for everyone this Easter. Come to Healey’s Cyder Farm and enjoy some of the best things to do in Cornwall at Easter. This includes:
- Easter Egg Hunt – This year, we are inviting families to come down to our Cornwall attraction and hunt down the egg signs hidden around the farm using a map. Each egg contains a letter to be written on the map. Once all the eggs and letters have been found, you can claim an ‘egg-citing’ Easter treat.
- Tours – Our guided tours give guests the chance to immerse themselves in the world of Healey’s Cyder Farm. We have a range of tours available, from short 20 minute talks to much longer and more detailed explorations.
- Tractor Rides – Jump aboard one of our fun tractor rides and see Healey’s Cyder Farm from a different perspective. You’ll be able to see the grounds, the orchard and many of our top sights.
- Farm Shop – Our farm shop is one of our top attractions and it’s always packed full of visitors who want to get their hands on our unique range. Head to our farm shop and find local produce, homemade goodies and our brand new products.
- Restaurant – There’s no better way to spend Easter than with a delicious Sunday lunch. The restaurant here at Healey’s Cyder Farm is always cooking up tasty meals, all of which are filled with our very own take on traditional farm classics.
- Farm Animals – Easter is the perfect time to check out some of our resident farm animals. There are a tonne of animal friends to meet including Shetland ponies, Shire horses, chickens, rabbits and more.
- Afternoon Tea – There are few things more British than sitting down to afternoon tea. With our delicious homemade scones and traditional cream teas, it’s one of our most popular spots.
This Easter, it’s sure to be busy at Healey’s Cyder Farm! With so much going on and a range of great things to do, it’s no wonder that many of our visitors flock back year after year throughout Easter. To find out more about what’s on and where to book, get in touch. Contact us today on 01872 573 356 or online.
February 27, 2018
Whether you’re a local who’s looking for something new to do with the family or you’re a tourist who’s heading to Cornwall out of peak season, consider a trip to Healey’s Cyder Farm. A lot of people assume that visiting a tourist attraction in the off season has its problems, such as things being closed. However, this isn’t the case. When you visit Healey’s Cyder Farm out of peak season, you’re sure to have a fantastic time.
The Benefits of Visiting our Cornwall Attraction Out of Peak Season
- It’s Not as Busy – One of the best parts about visiting somewhere like Healey’s Cyder Farm out of peak season, is that it’s nowhere near as busy as it is in the summer months. Though there’s bound to be other visitors, you won’t find yourself swamped by large groups and a great deal of commotion.
- Everything Is Still Up and Running – Even though it’s out of peak season, all of our attractions are up and running. Guided tours, tractor rides, Cornish cream teas and our farm shop are all open year round. So, even though it may not be peak season, you won’t be missing out.
- There’s More Room to Explore – When you visit out of peak season, you won’t find yourself trying to navigate through a crowd of people. Instead, you’ll have a lot more room to explore. This is especially beneficial if you’re bringing children, as there’s a lot of room for them to roam without the worry of other people.
- There’s Fewer Queues and Shorter Waiting Times – When it’s busy at Healey’s Cyder Farm, you may find yourself having to queue for tractor rides or for a table at our restaurant. However, this is rarely the case out of peak season. Saving time by not having to queue means you’ll have more time to explore elsewhere.
- You’re Guaranteed an Extra Personal Service – Though we always offer our visitors a friendly and personal service, those who visit out of peak season are likely to get a little something extra. With fewer visitors and more time to spare, the Healey’s Cyder Farm team are able to help with whatever you need. Whether it’s a question about the farm or local recommendations, we’re available.
As you can see, there are a number of reasons to visit Healey’s Cyder Farm out of peak season. To find out more about what’s on and what we have to offer, get in touch. Contact Healey’s Cyder Farm today.
February 23, 2018
Mother’s Day is right around the corner and it’s time to start thinking about how you’ll be spending the day. Though there’s always the option of writing a card or sending flowers, why not organise something a little bit different? At Healey’s Cyder Farm, we have number of great ways for you to spend Mother’s Day Weekend.
Mother’s Day Weekend in Cornwall
If you’re spending Mother’s Day in Cornwall, you should consider planning an enjoyable day out. Whether it’s just you and your mum or there’s an entire family to invite, there are a tonne of fantastic activities available at Healey’s Cyder Farm. So, why not treat your mum this Mother’s Day to:
- A Delicious Afternoon Tea
There’s nothing more British than Afternoon Tea; it’s a great opportunity to indulge your sweet tooth, whilst catching up with loved ones. At Healey’s Cyder Farm we offer delicious Cornish cream teas, and this is a fantastic way to spend Mother’s Day. With our tasty and homemade treats, it’s sure to be something everyone will enjoy. Plus, as we like to do things a little bit different, there are a range of unique scones to sample.
- Peter and Friends Cornish Afternoon Tea
In preparation for one of the biggest film of the year, we’re launching our Peter and Friends Cornish Afternoon Tea, just in time for Mother’s Day. With tasty treats and the opportunity to meet real rabbits, it’s a fun experience for visitors of all ages.
At Healey’s Cyder Farm we have a fantastic restaurant, which serves up delicious lunches and dinners every day. However, it’s our Sunday lunches that are really worth bragging about. Our homemade Sunday lunches are available on Mother’s Day, comprising of traditional products and local vegetables. Sit down with your mother or invite the entire family and tuck into a real farm style roast.
- An Enjoyable Family Day Out
Though Mother’s Day is about celebrating all of the fabulous mums out there, it’s also about spending time as a family. At Healey’s Cyder Farm, we offer a full range of activities to keep everyone entertained, from the children to the grandparents. Our top attractions include guided tours, tractor rides and our farm animals.
- Local Produce and Country Wines
We offer a range of local produce at Healey’s Cyder Farm, as well as making our very own wines and cyders. Our farm shop is constantly stocked with fresh items and brand new creations, many of which make fantastic gifts for Mother’s Day.
Plan your visit to Healey’s Cyder Farm by checking out our location and visitors centre. Alternatively, get in touch with the team on 01872 573 356. To make a booking, contact us via the online contact form.
February 15, 2018
At Healey’s Cyder Farm, we’re always organising and hosting events throughout the year. As well as offering our usual activities and attractions, we mix things up when there’s a special occassion or something to celebrate. Whether you’re a young family or older visitors, we like to ensure there’s something for you to check out.
Cornwall Events for 2018
If you’re looking for things to do in Cornwall this year, we have a tonne of events for you to check out. As one of Cornwall’s top tourist attractions, we make sure we hold a range of family events to keep you busy throughout 2018. Some of our top events in Cornwall this year include:
Easter Afternoon Tea in Cornwall: There’s no better way to spend Easter weekend than enjoying a delicious afternoon tea in Cornwall. It’s one of our top attractions here at Healey’s Cyder Farm and we’re sure it’ll be popular again this year.
Peter and Friends’ Cornish Afternoon Tea: Inspired by the launch of the 2018 film and our very own rabbits on the farm, our special Cornish Afternoon Teas are brand new for Spring 2018. Three different afternoon treats have been created for families and children to share and are sure to marvel in the delight of all the tasty tiers. Treats include homemade cupcakes, blackberry and apple scones, finger sandwiches, an array of hot drinks and Healey’s very own fruit juices.
Blossom Blessing: This May come to Healey’s Cyder Farm and take part in our Blossom Blessing. To mark the start of the orchards’ transformation, we’re hosting an entire weekend of activities. Visitors can enjoy orchard tours, local bands and lots of samples.
Cyder Suppers: A cyder and food pairing evening is ideal for anyone who enjoys the finer things in life. Hosted in our Old Bottery Restaurant the first weekend in May, guests can tuck into a range of fantastic local cheeses, meats, breads and cyders. Plus, there’s the chance to learn more about cyder making from the experts.
Cornish Apple Bobbing Championships: This October, we’ll be hosting the Cornish Apple Bobbing Championships! There’s categories for all ages and prizes for the winners, including a month’s worth of cyder or juice and meals at our very own Old Bottlery Restaurant. Why not make a day of it and enjoy a delicious Sunday roast once the bobbing has finished?
Halloween Events in Cornwall: This Halloween we’ll be hosting a range of spooky events at Healey’s Cyder Farm including tractor rides through the haunted orchards and candlelit tours to our old cellars. The entire farm will be full of Halloween themed activities and children can get involved in our onsite trick or treating.
As you can see, there’s a lot of events in Cornwall this year and everyone at Healey’s Cyder Farm is keen for them to begin. For more information on any of the events listed above, such as dates and ticket prices, get in touch. Contact Healey’s Cyder Farm today and speak to a member of staff.
January 30, 2018
Things to do in Cornwall this Winter
Though many of us imagine spring and summer days when we think of paying a visit to some local farm animals, there’s no reason why it can’t be a winter activity. With half term right around the corner and weekends to fill, visiting farm animals in Cornwall is well worth considering. As long as you wrap up warm and have some spare change for a warm drink, everyone will have a fantastic day out.
Picture By James Ram. www.jamesram.co.uk
Seeing Farm Animals is a Great Day Out
Taking the kids to see some farm animals is a brilliant day out; as well as being relatively cheap and easy to organise, it’s something that will keep them entertained for hours. Whether you have young toddlers who are still learning their farmyard noises or school children who love animals, checking out some farm animals in Cornwall is a great activity.
Additionally, if you’re someone who likes to choose activities that are educational as well as fun, seeing farm animals is an activity you’ll like. It’s an interactive way to teach younger children about different animals and the noises they make, whilst giving older children the opportunity to see the role animals play on a farm.
As well as being a fantastically fun activity for kids of all ages, checking out some farm animals is also enjoyable for parents. After all, who doesn’t want to get to know some of the Healey’s Cyder Farm favourites? We’re sure you’ll leave with a smile on your face after seeing the different animals, breeds and personalities.
Farm Animals at Healey’s Cyder Farm
At Healey’s Cyder Farm we have a tonne of friendly farm animals for you to see, all of whom are always excited for visitors. Whether you’re keen to see some giant Shire horses or you’re more interested in the smaller rabbits, you won’t be disappointed. There’s also chickens, ferrets, Cornish black pigs, Shetland ponies and peacocks. So, as you can see, at Healey’s Cyder Farm we have the full range of animals.
After a visit to the animals, why not make time to enjoy lunch at our restaurant? There’s a vast menu, catering to even the fussiest of eaters. If you’re not hungry enough for lunch or you’re saving yourself for dinner, at least make sure you stop in for a cup of tea and a piece of cake.
To find out more about seeing farm animals at Healey’s Cyder Farm or for information on any of our attractions, get in touch. Contact the Healey’s Cyder Farm team today on 01872 573 356 or online.
January 17, 2018
Though if feels as though the kids have only just gone back to school after the Christmas break, half term is right around the corner. This means it’s time to start thinking of exciting half term activities, family fun days out and interesting ways to keep everyone entertained. After all, nobody wants to be stuck inside for an entire week with hyperactive children and boredom to contend with. Luckily, there’s a lot going on and finding half term activities in Cornwall isn’t difficult. In fact, you’ll probably find yourself spoilt for choice. Here are some of our top half term activities in Cornwall:
Top Half Term Activities in Cornwall
If you’re looking for an educational day out for the whole family and don’t mind travelling a little further afield, check out the Eden Project. The Eden Project is one of the UK’s top attractions and it combines intrigue, interest and education. With a range of sights to check out, it’s ideal for a family day out.
It isn’t always easy to find a half term activity that appeals to all ages, but Dairyland Farm World does just that. With such an array of things to do, Dairyland Farm World is able to keep children of all ages entertained. There’s pony rides, farm animals, tractor rides and cow milking.
Yes, we may be a little bit bias but we really think we’re able to offer one of the top half term activities in Cornwall. As well as having a lot of activities for children to get involved in, such as our friendly farm animals and exciting orchard, we also have tours and areas to relax for parents. So, there’s something for everyone. Whether you head to Healey’s Cyder Farm for a quick lunch with friends or you make a day of it, you’re sure to enjoy yourself.
It’s not always possible to rely on the Cornish weather, so it’s a good idea to have an indoor activity on standby for when the weather is dismal but you still want to get out of the house. Kidzworld Indoor Play is great for this. It has things to do for all ages, as well as specific areas for smaller children.
As you can see, Cornwall has a lot to offer during the school holidays. To find out more about half term at Healey’s Cyder Farm or for more information on any of our attractions, get in touch. Contact Healey’s Cyder Farm on 01872 573356 or online.
December 16, 2017
Christmas is right around the corner and in a matter of weeks we’ll all be sitting down to a mouth watering Christmas dinner with family and friends; we can hardly wait! There are a lot of different dishes that make up the perfect Christmas dinner and people’s festive favourites tend to change as the years go by. However, thanks to Healey’s Cyder Farm, you’ll be able to incorporate a great range of local products into the mix. With a quick visit to our farm shop or an afternoon spent at our restaurant, you’ll see that homemade Cornish food and drink really is the best at this time of year.
Our Cornwall Christmas Dinner Must-Haves
If there’s one thing we all love about Christmas, it’s Christmas dinner. Though there are some festive staples, everyone does Christmas dinner a little bit different. Having turkey, roast vegetables and roast potatoes are a given for most people. However, there are a number of dishes that shouldn’t be forgotten about.
To make our Christmas dinner special at Healey’s Cyder Farm we make sure to have a range of mains served with delicious sides, such as red cabbage braised in Healey’s wine, seasonal Cornish vegetables, Scrumpty mustard gravy and sage and onion stuffing. These are sides you won’t find anywhere else. Plus, we also ensure we offer a range of different starters including homemade soup, chicken liver parfait and baked Camembert.
Then, for dessert, it’s all about Cornish apple crumble tart and sticky toffee pudding, both of which can be served with homemade clotted cream or tasty custard.
What Makes a Great Healeys Christmas Dinner?
Christmas is the one time of year where we can go all out and have a fantastic roast with all the trimmings, without feeling an ounce of guilt. Plus, let’s not forget the stuffing, pigs in blankets and delicious sides. We always like to use local ingredients and those that are made here at Healey’s, so we incorporate something unique wherever we can; this helps us to ensure our Christmas dinners are different. For example, did you know we use Scrumpy mustard in our cauliflower cheese? This is why the team at Healey’s Cyder Farm are so passionate about ensuring you’re able to get your hands on everything you need.
Whether you’re looking for some delicious homemade cyder or some local Cornish produce, we can help. At Healey’s we like to think our Christmas dinner recipes stand out as being better than many others, simply because we always include the full range of favourite festive food and drink. So, when you come to Healey’s Cyder Farm, you’re guaranteed a Christmas dinner that’ll impress.
Be sure to visit the Healey’s Cyder Farm Shop this year to stock up on some of your favourite items, including many of our homemade products. Alternatively, pop in to to our fantastic restaurant and treat yourself to a tasty delight. For more information on Healey’s Cyder Farm, our shop and our restaurant, get in touch. Contact us today on 01872 573 356 or via the online contact form.
December 15, 2017
At Healeys Cyder Farm, we have something for everyone and as well as offering a range of fun activities and things to do, we also have a fantastic farm shop packed with fabulous gifts. If you’re looking to give a special gift this Christmas or you simply want to treat yourself to something nice, a farm shop is a great place to look. With a range of handmade food and drink from locally sourced produce, you’ll find yourself spoilt for choice.
Christmas Gifts in Cornwall from Healeys Cyder Farm
Our farm shop has everything you need a local Cornish farm shop to have. Everything we sell is made with passion and love by the Healeys team, with the aim of giving our visitors a wide range of Cornish products to choose from. Whether it’s gifts for food or drink lovers, a Rattler fan, an all-round cider enthusiast or you simply want to stock up on some local produce, you’re in luck. Here’s what’s on offer:
The Healeys Cyder Farm Shop stocks all of the products we make, including a wide range of jams and preserves. Jam and preserves make great presents and they are the ideal addition to a Christmas hamper. Try our winter spiced jam or our gift pack selection.
Why not treat yourself or a loved one to some homemade cyder or wine? At Healeys Cyder Farm we offer customers the opportunity to try before they buy, so ensure you head to our samping bar which includes favourites: Rattler, Scrumpy, Cornish Gold and our Elderflower Wine.
Cornwall is well known for its local produce and this is something we embrace. Our farm shop is an essential part of our invention process and we stock new products for customers to try; be sure to let us know what you think! In fact, if you’re visiting at the right time you may find yourself being one of the first people to taste something new.
With Christmas coming up you’ll probably find yourself stuck for present ideas, but why not consider gift vouchers? Gift vouchers for the Healeys Cyder Farm Shop are extremely popular and they give recipients the opportunity to pay us a visit and treat themselves to something delicious including our famous homemade Cornish cream teas.
The Healeys Cyder Farm Shop is extremely popular with visitors and a lot of people pop in after a day out to treat themselves to something new. We even have visitors who head to the farm for the shop alone, looking to stock up on their favourite products. If you’re looking for a farm shop in Cornwall, look no further. Visit Healeys Cyder Farm today or get in touch on 01872 573356.