Haye Farm Cider is a small family run business which is probably the oldest maker of traditional cider in the world, with cider being produced on the farm since the 13th Century using apples from its own orchard. Haye Farm Cider itself is nestled in stunning rural Cornwall countryside midway between the coast at Polruan and Fowey.
The farm enjoys the most wonderful views overlooking the beautiful and unspoilt River Fowey and Penpoll Creek. Both the River and Creek are excellent havens for a wide range of birds and wildlife such as herons, kingfishers, buzzards, swans and egrets.
Haye Farm is currently being considered by the Cornwall Wildlife Trust as a nesting site for
The farm lies in a long sheltered valley in the parish of St. Veep and is close to the charming and beautiful creekside village of Lerryn with its ancient road bridge and stepping stones across the river. The historic stannary town of Lostwithiel is close by, as is St Winnow Church, where you can see the 16th Century carved Cider Drinker.