Family owned and run Apple Orchards and Gold Award Winning Cidery. Nestled in the Rolling Hills of Bonshaw, PEI. Our Gold Award Winning Ciders are made using traditional artisan craft cider methods. Nothing is added to the juice of our crushed apples, NO ADDED SULPHITES. Basically nature in a bottle. Our Ciders take 5 months to produce from harvest to bottling. Baked Apple and Traditional Scottish Baked products are also available to purchase. Food Takeout or Eat Out Menus and Seasonal Menus are updated regularly. Enjoy a glass of Cider along with delicious food while relaxing on the deck, at our picnic tables or in the straw bale pods overlooking the hills and orchards. Our Tasting room enables you to try before you buy our Ciders and to view the Cidery Facilities. All items are lovingly made in The Highlands of The Island, PEI, Canada.
Our Cidery has a tasting and viewing room as well as a small commercial kitchen. Public washrooms are accessible from the tasting room. We encourage you to walk around the orchard, stop by the tasting room to purchase cider and food produce, made from traditional Scottish Recipes. Food produce can be taken away or enjoyed at one of our picnic tables overlooking the rolling hills and fields. We have indoor seating for all year-round events.
We offer tours of the orchards and facilities. Learn about the journey from harvesting the apples to pouring our cider into glasses.
Located only 20 minutes west of Charlottetown and 20 minutes East from The Bridge. 3 km from Bonshaw Trails and Strathgartney Park.
Throughout the year we have different events in summer, fall, winter which are all posted on our website and social media sites. Catering on-site enables us to offer high-quality food to suit our customers’ needs. We also offer group bookings at alternative times from our opening hours.
We have now over 3,000 Apple trees with 15 different varieties, Regal Gala, Cortland, Golden Delicious, Nova Mac, Red Jonagold, Liberty, Northern Spy, Enterprise, Honeycrisp, Vista Bella, Malus Dolgo( Crab Apple), Kingston Black, Dabinette, Sweet Coppin and Yarlington Mill.