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Quince Honey Farm

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North Road, South Molton EX36 3AZ, England
+44 1769 572401
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Great If you like Bees Honey or a day out with family

2nd visit , 1st years ago. Much improved informative interesting and fun for ALL the family, soft... read more

Reviewed 28 September 2016
chris h
Lynton, United Kingdom
outstanding range of honey

Have a jar of Devon Flower Honey and a jar of Ivy Honey for enjoying. Dandelion Flower Honey was... read more

Reviewed 27 September 2016
John R
London, United Kingdom
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Get a Buzz from your holiday and take a trip to Quince Honey Farm. The family-run working honey farm has been producing quality honey since 1949 and has over 1000 hives deep in the North Devon countryside. Visit the world’s largest Honeybee exhibition; BeeWorld! The interesting displays and exhibits will teach you fun facts about the honeybee before you take a closer look inside the working hives. Nowhere in the world can you get so close to live bees without needing protective equipment! You may wish to take a guided tour or walk around at your own leisure. There is something happening every hour during the summer! Don’t miss out on the bee talks and beekeeping demos which gives you the opportunity to hold a frame of bees if you wish. There is a chance to make some beeswax candles and learn more about the different types of honey at one of the tasting sessions. New for 2017 is the ‘be a beekeeper experience’ which gives you the unique opportunity to work alongside a beekeeper learning more in depth about bees and the art of beekeeping. (You can sign up for this on the day). Any little bizzy bees won’t want to miss out on The Happy Bee play hive; the large indoor soft play area with nets and ropes to climb over. This is where you will also find the cafe offering homemade food and our special Devonshire cream teas with honey. There is an outdoor play and picnic area for when the sun is shining. Visit Critter cabin and meet some slithery friends at one of the daily critter encounters shows. Visit the honey farm shop to see the array of honey products on offer as well as beautiful handmade beeswax candles and skin care. Make a Bee-line for Quince Honey Farm
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Suggested Duration: More than 3 hours
North Road, South Molton EX36 3AZ, England
+44 1769 572401

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Reviewed 28 September 2016

2nd visit , 1st years ago. Much improved informative interesting and fun for ALL the family, soft play area VERY good cafe and all the Bee information anyone could hope for. Very entertaining Bee demo and candle making from of course Bees Wax. Critter Zone...More

1  Thank chris h
Ruby M, Marketing at Quince Honey Farm, responded to this reviewResponded 30 May 2017

Thank you for your feedback in Sept last year. We appreciate all feedback and we were thrilled to read your positive comments. We have improved and added a lot over the last few years so it's great that you have noticed these changes. I'm glad...More

Reviewed 27 September 2016

Have a jar of Devon Flower Honey and a jar of Ivy Honey for enjoying. Dandelion Flower Honey was also available

Thank John R
Reviewed 25 September 2016

Like other reviewers I only expected to spend 1 to 2 hours here but happily stayed for 4 hours. The family learnt a lot about the bee life cycle and there were good demonstrations and talks. A highlight though was the incredible indoor play area...More

Thank Brucie243
Reviewed 25 September 2016 via mobile

We visited on our way to our holiday destination and so glad we did. Great set up, informative and fantastic honey.. Even popped back on our way home to buy more honey..

Thank teag63
Reviewed 23 September 2016 via mobile

We visit a lot of attractions as a couple without children. Recently we have decided to keep bees so we thought that this would be a good attraction for us. It was! It was very informative and gave us loads of idea's and information about...More

Thank Hannah A
Reviewed 23 September 2016

We stopped here to buy some Honey (Recommend Marmalade with honey) & decided to have a cream tea. Wow! Loads of Clotted Cream & Jam to go with the scone. Yummy.

Thank grocklePooleUk
Reviewed 19 September 2016

Expected to visit for a few hours, but ended up staying most of the day as we attended all the talks and took part in the activities. Worth the £7.25 admission fee. Very friendly and informative staff. Held a frame of a active bee hive...More

Thank camping718
Reviewed 19 September 2016

Saw this as a place to visit whilst down in North Devon, don't think we have such a place in Suffolk, to be honest we were expecting a little museum you could have a 5 minute walk around and a little shop selling various honey...More

Thank Mark P
Ruby M, Marketing Manager at Quince Honey Farm, responded to this reviewResponded 22 February 2017

Hi Mark, Thank you for your super review on tripadvisor. We are so pleased to hear you had an enjoyable visit to the honey farm and I will pass on the comments to Verity. We are glad to hear you managed to visit a beekeeping...More

Reviewed 15 September 2016 via mobile

Only visited the shop as the 'experience' is more for young families. Varied choice of honeys, chutneys, marmalades etc plus gifts.More

Thank SneekyPeek
Ruby M, Marketing at Quince Honey Farm, responded to this reviewResponded 11 November 2016

Thank you for your feedback on the shop. It's unfortunate that you didn't visit the exhibition. We have so much on offer for all ages and we are sorry if you felt it was more for young families. We do have an indoor play area...More

Reviewed 12 September 2016

My husband and I visited here whilst on holiday. We spent nearly half a day here and would liked to have spent longer, but we had other plans. We started with the critter encounter where I held a stick insect and a giant snail, (loved...More

Thank cadbury2016
Ruby M, Marketing Manager at Quince Honey Farm, responded to this reviewResponded 22 February 2017

Hello and thank you for your fab tripadvisor review! We are glad you got to hold a stick insect at the Critter Cabin – there are some interesting creepy crawlies here and the Critter crew love to tell you about them all! We are so...More

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Roger L
24 April 2015|
Response from Ruby M | Property representative |
Summer rates: Adults £6.95 Children ( 3-16) £6.50 Seniors £6.50 Under 3’s Free Group rate: £4.45 with a group of 10 or more and pre-booking is essential. This includes the whole attraction for the day, or check the... More