Whilst it wasn't the longest trip in the world it was very enjoyable. The welcome we received was very warm and friendly and after a short DVD we were treated to 10 tastings of a wide range of very delicious cheese.
Thelma made sure my 9 year old son was involved in this which was nice for him and he felt part of the whole experience. Thelma was very passionate about her produce and took time to explain the processes involved with making the cheese.
Yes the inside of the cheese making part had condensation but we were warned of this before we went in but we could still see some of what was going on. This a completely free attraction and if you are expecting a big site it's not but if you love good cheese and great customer service this is the place to go.
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