“The tree gives me shade, the shade turns to shadow. He turns to speak, the apple tree man lives in a secret garden, and I hold the key.” All About Eve.
A visit to Ballinteggart Farm is like being given the key to a magical secret garden, and every year thousands of visitors come to take a peek through this apple kingdom's keyhole. Deep in the heart of County Armagh, the branches of the Troughton family stretch deep and wide across the Armagh Apple Farm, just outside Portadown, where they have been successfully growing apples since 1898. The family farm is also home to outstanding sport horse breeding stud for over 20 years. While these incredible artisans are busily creating the perfect cider, they present visitors the key to the orchard’s door. Watch the magic happen and then best of all: sample the delicious product! Customers receive personal attention, and can even stroll around the statuesque old trees. Choose from an exciting number of different tours and take a peep into the secret garden.
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73 Drumnasoo Road
Portadown, Co. Armagh , BT62 4EX
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