Callestick Farm seems a million miles away from the chaos of everyday life, with sounds of laughter, animals, and maybe the odd tractor. Whether you’re on holiday or a local, come and visit the farm to enjoy a cream tea, coffee and of course, our ice cream. Although hard to believe, our working family farm is just a few miles from the crowds of Truro and the North Cornwall coast is down-hill from the top of the farm.
We’d love to welcome you to the farm to entertain children young and old! We have pigs, a collection of chicken breeds for you to see and possibly calves small or large, depending when you visit.
We are very proud of what we do and would like you to see our ice creamery in full-swing. Through the summer, there is usually something going on – mixing flavours, freezing or automatic machines filling tubs. Everything you see is exactly how we make our ice cream on a day to day basis. If they are not hard at work, there is an
audio explanation of the process. If all of this hasn’t tired your little ones, there is also a playground for young kids.
Aside from our ice cream, our other pride and joy is our tearoom, with freshly baked cakes, pastries and plenty of other treats. We have a large seating area inside and out, enjoy a cold drink in the sun, or shelter from the notorious British summer inside with a cup of tea.
Whatever the weather though, make sure you leave room for the star of the show – the ice cream itself! With plenty of flavours, from a refreshing blood orange sorbet to indulgent double chocolate fudge, our tearoom has something for everyone. Make sure you buy enough to stock your freezer full, or take some back as a present that is guaranteed to be well received.
Callestick Farm is free to visit so why not come and spend an hour with us, recharge your batteries and indulge in the freshest, purest, creamiest taste of Cornwall.
We are open 7 days a week from Easter to October;
Easter – September;
Monday to Saturday 10am – 5:30pm
Sundays 10am – 4:30pm
Monday to Sunday 10am – 4pm
Closed end of October half term to Easter
Well-behaved dogs on a lead are welcome in the courtyard.