Yes although dogs will need to be kept on a lead at all times as it is a working farm.
All of our ciders, chutneys, caps, t-shirts and lots of other merchandise are available to buy on the tour. We can also arrange delivery to a local address for any sales over £30
Yes, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your request for a gift voucher
Approximately an hour and a half
It is £25 for adults during the week and £27 for adults on a Friday evening or Saturday. Children 13-18 are £10 and under 12s are free.
The What 3 Words for the entrance to the tour is: Farming.Beard.Storybooks
If you are driving, or walking along Candie Road and turn into Rue des Fauxquets then it is the first turning on your left and is clearly marked as parking for tours. Please park in between the apple trees as indicated and wait at the meeting point where your tour guide will join you in good time before the start.
The nearest bus stop is on Route de St Andre near the junction with Candie Road and is service by the number 71 bus leaving town terminus. It is approximately 20 minute walk to the farm from the bus stop.
We have umbrellas available for attendees and therefore we will proceed in all but the worst possible weather. If you have an concerns then please contact the office on 01481 234111
The tour involves walking through the orchard and some steps so is not ideal for access although we can arrange an amended tour if required, please contact – email@example.com
Sensible footwear is vital – we are walking through orchards so heels are not recommended! The entire tour happens outside so please dress for the weather
You will enjoy a selection of local cheeses along with our own apple chutneys. Our still ciders and draft cider will all be tasted. We also have apple juice and water for hydration purposes!
Please see the link here: https://www.rocquettecider.com/cancellation-policy