Home to the Somerset Cider Brandy Company and Burrow Hill Cider, visitors are welcome to come to the farm. We are open every day except Sunday, 9am-5.30pm.
CIDERHOUSE/SHOP

In the ciderhouse there is cider and Somerset Cider Brandy to sample amongst the oak vats, barrels and presses - all the paraphernalia associated with 150 years of cider making.

BURROW HILL

Visitors are also encouraged to walk to the top of our hill and admire the incredible views of the Somerset Levels. On a good day you can see Glastonbury Tor in the distance.

THE ORCHARDS

The starting point of both our cider and Somerset Cider Brandy is apples from our orchards. Visitors can follow our orchard trail where different apple varieties and other interesting features are explained. 
The walk takes about 30 minutes and you may need wellies.

DISTILLERY

Visitors are welcome to view the copper stills, protected by armour-plated glass and 68 locks and seals (by order of HM Customs & Excise) in the distillery.

WHAT HAPPENS DURING THE YEAR

DISTILLING

Happens in April before the weather gets too hot. You may be lucky and see our two stills, Josephine and Fifi working away, distilling cider and trickling out a steady stream of clear apple eau de vie to be locked away in oak casks for anything up to 20 years to mature into Somerset Cider Brandy.

CIDER MAKING

Starts at the end of September until Christmas when you will be able to see the yard piled high with apples.

ORGANISED TOURS
We do tours for small groups of people. These need to be arranged in advance by calling the farm on : 01460 240 782 and asking for Laura.