Lovely location offering four ice creams made fresh that day and always changing. Lovely lady served us with delightful ice cream
We stopped here, lured in part by the gorgeous gardens. And who can resist the draw of a cool ice cream on a hot day? Not me. But I was disappointed when it turned out that there are no choices here. You get the four flavors of the day -- period (unless you want to spend $15.00 for a take-home... More
The place makes delicious prescooped ice cream in cups with a few flavours. You get an explanation of the unusual flavours by the girls and the fruit garden is amazing. Most trees have signs so you can see which tree makes which fruit and the girls were very happy to answer questions. For asphalt kids like me this is so... More
We came here for icecream at the same time as a while bunch if tour buses so it was busy. You don't have a choice of flavors in the 4 cup option ($6.50) so as it had banana in it which I hate i had to have a paddle pop which was $6 and nothing special. Go down the road... More
Tasty, very rich ice cream with natural ingredients, served generously. Locally owned and managed. Ice cream made right there. Skip those chain joints, skip those places that don't make their own. Go here and be happy.
Nice place to stop on the way, get some strange but interesting fruit ice-creams and tour an orchard of fruit trees you never knew existed
There was no choice - it was one cup with four scoops of different flavours which if you didn't like then hard luck! It was also expensive. The ice cream down the road is far superior!
This is a nice place to take a break and taste some exotic flavors of ice cream in an idyllic setting. Do plan to stop here if you are in the area.
Beautiful location and so many choices of flavours! I had a hard time deciding which flavour to get, ended up getting the strawberry which was amazing!
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