Ty Gwyn Orchard


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Tour details

Tours are informal and everyone is welcome. Prebooking is unnecessary.

Alex is always happy to show visitors the fermenting vats and press, and explain the process. The cider press is available for viewing at all times, as is the production facility. The orchards are easily accessible from the yard and visitors are welcome to walk around the orchards alone if they wish, or with somebody to give them a brief talk. 

Opening times

Mon-Sat: 10am-7pm
Sun: 11am-5pm


There is no charge for tours

Get in Touch

Tel: 01600 750 287

Facebook: TyGwyn Cider 

Ty Gwyn Cider Ltd, Whitehouse
Crossways, Newcastle
NP25 5NS
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Situated on a large farm in the Monnow valley, Ty Gwyn has been growing cider apples on terraced orchards for around 40 years, where they've also been growing apples for Bulmers and blackcurrants for Ribena. In fact, it was a glut of apples that Bulmers didn't need, that eventually forced them to experiment with their own craft cider and they've not looked back since!

The farm drive affords stunning views of the Monnow Valley, and the team working at the cider farm are always happy to spend time talking cider and explaining the process to visitors, seven days a week and 12 months a year. There's no charge for a brief tour around the cidery and orchards, and all ages are welcome to come and explore.


  • Vilberie/Brown Snout - True Taste Gold Award, 2009
  • Vilberie/Brown Snout - Leeds CAMRA Gold medal, 2007
  • Vilberie/Brown Snout - WCPA bronze, 2008
  • Vilberie/Brown Snout - WCPA bronze, 2010

Key Annual Events

  • The Clytha Arms Welsh Cider and Perry Association Festival – late May
  • International Craft Cider Festival Caerphilly – 12-14 August
  • Abergavenny Food Festival – 17-18 Sept
  • Pressing in October

Eco-friendly initiatives

  • Bottles are 25% lighter than previously
Full review to follow after visit