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Torre Cider Farm

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Torre Cider Farm

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Torre Cider Farm Follow Brown signs from the roundabout on the A39 between Minehead and Williton, Washford, Watchet TA23 0LA England
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paulfeeney wrote a review Nov 1
London, United Kingdom19 contributions4 helpful votes
Great farm for the kids. A fully stocked farm shop, great food and then play park. The little kids love to feed the animals and the best thing is that it's free entrance.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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BusybeeSussex wrote a review Oct 2020
Sussex226 contributions136 helpful votes
We expected to be able to taste various ciders but not so. The cafe offered a few choices, despite ordering on line as requested our drinks took 45 mins to arrive and it was necessary to chase them. There is an unimpressive shop, various pens of chickens etc and the orchard to look round Probably give this one a miss
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Response from NeilF1668, Owner at Torre Cider Farm
Responded 4 weeks ago
Hello, I am sorry you did not enjoy your visit. We do have 3 scrumpy's which you can taste in the shop, not a problem. I will check with the shop staff why these were not offered to you. The cafe has a locally sourced, home made menu which we feel is perfect for lunchtime choices offering a range of ciabattas, pizza, pie, soup, fish and chips, gammon etc. we are trying our best to keep up with waiting times, it is very difficult at the moment in such uncertain times as we are not busy enough to warrant lots of staff but if we have lots of customers at once the same waitress has to make drinks, take orders etc, so it can be difficult. Although I do appreciate drinks should not take 45 minutes, so I will find out why this was the case and I can only apologise for the wait, this is not normal practise. The shop stocks local craft, food and cider of course, but at times, can look a little low if waiting for deliveries as we are experiencing longer waiting times, plus we are unsure if we are heading into a lockdown again which would mean another loss of stock so the shop is not running at a completely full capacity, although we are keeping up to date with our best sellers and original products. I am sorry you did not enjoy your visit and I will look into the points raised
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ColinandJane wrote a review Oct 2020
Worcester, United Kingdom776 contributions147 helpful votes
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Really great little place. 3yr old granddaughter liked the play area and the animals. We loved the breakfast and the walk. We did think there would be more to the tasting - like a tour of the orchards, the cider press and then a tasting. Just asking at the shop was ok though.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Response from Gemma C, Owner at Torre Cider Farm
Responded Oct 7, 2020
Hi, thank you for you lovely review. We used to do tours if pre arranged but we are not conducting tours at the Moment with everything that is happening! We are putting together a self tour booklet which we hope to be ready next year to compensate.
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ChelseaPaul61 wrote a review Oct 2020
Buckinghamshire, United Kingdom83 contributions28 helpful votes
The farm animals were nice and pleasant enought for young children. We didn't eat there, but the menu seemed a tad expensive for a cafe. The shop was disappointing, as we expected to see lots of different ciders for sale, but the majority on sale did not appear to be from Torre Cider itself! Wirth a visit if you are in the area with young kids and its a nice sunny day.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Response from Gemma C, Owner at Torre Cider Farm
Responded Oct 7, 2020
Hi, I am sorry, we ran out of all our bottled cider over the summer which was completely unexpected. We did have 6 bottled cider and 3 scrumpys but we sold the lot which is great it has been so popular, but obviously not great being a cider farm! We now have fuzzy duck, big red and along came a cider, bottled and back on the shelf as well as all the scrumpys with more exciting new ones to come in the new year, we are just waiting for the apples to turn into cider. We hope you will visit again to try them.
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Sandy C wrote a review Oct 2020
Minehead, United Kingdom358 contributions56 helpful votes
I was delighted to see this place open not been for many months. Great changes made to car park and Covid guidelines met superbly. Late brunch with an omelette came with salad and toast. Pot of tea. All delicious and freshly made to order. You can order on too but we used the table service. Lovely staff friendly and helpful. One suggestion I’d make is that you pay when you order when you sit at a table as no one came to take my payment so I paid in the shop instead. Definitely will be back
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Response from Gemma C, Owner at Torre Cider Farm
Responded Oct 7, 2020
Thank you for such a lovely review. We are glad you have come back! And a very good point, i will discuss with the team to ensure we improve the paying process. Thank you
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