Torre Cider Farm things to do, all for free...
There is free entry to the farm and once here you can spend your time doing the following...
Say hello to our animals - We currenly have 2 resident Kunekune piglets called Pumpkin and Nibbles who love a stroke and will roll over for a belly rub!
There are two sheep, one is Tinsel, so called because she ate all the tinsel from the Christmas tree. The other is Fro who was rejected by his family as being a throwback but has found a home with us. Both love a stroke and tend to fall asleep in your hands.
Four ducks that like to chat away and plenty of hens and cockerels to watch while having a cup of tea.
Be careful as all animals do like a nibble as they think they are getting food!
We offer a variety of play equipment for children - Assault course with spinney bowl alongside swings, chalkboards, spy wall, funny face image boards or play on Trevor the tractor.
Cider press room is open to view and read information on the cider making process including information on the apples found at Torre Cider Farm - If you require further information on the processes or have any questions please ask a member of staff.
Orchard - you can take a walk through the orchard at your leisure and look out for the various wildlife that we have here.
Free tastings available in the shop, or just relax and enjoy the tranquil surroundings.
Things to do in the local area
Cleeve Abbey - English Heritage Site
Cleeve Abbey is located 0.4 of a mile away, a lovely stroll past the White Horse pub.
Cleeve Abbey is a medieval monastery located near the village of Washford, in Somerset, England. It is a Grade I listed building and has been scheduled as an ancient monument.
The abbey was founded in the late twelfth century as a house for monks of the austere Cistercian order.
Steam Railway - Washford Station
Washford Station is located just past Cleeve Abbey, 0.9 of a mile away next to the Washford Inn pub (0.5 mile past Cleeve Abbey).
The West Somerset Railway (WSR) is a 22.75-mile (36.6 km) heritage railway line. It is the longest standard gauge independent heritage railway in the United Kingdom. Services normally operate over just the 20.5 miles (33.0 km) between Minehead and Bishops Lydeard.