We are delighted to be in a position to reintroduce free entry to the Café, Shop, and Snack Bar area during off-peak times (Monday – Friday 10 am – 4 pm) by issuing a new Café Card which we are trialling until the end of the season Nov 1st 2020.
Please note: This café card trial only applies to local visitors at this time.
The Café Card is a controlled way of allowing you free entry to the shop, cafe, snack bar and outside courtyard. Just show your card at reception whenever you are visiting these areas.
Admission charges will apply to all other areas of the estate including the children’s playgrounds.
So why not apply for your café card today and enjoy a fantastic lunch, coffee, or a cream tea sitting outside in our socially distanced seating areas by our Lily Lake or shop in our artisan gift shop which is well stocked with gifts and cards giving you the perfect opportunity to shop without having to go into town.
How to apply
What to do next.
Please show your voucher to reception on your next visit and you will receive your Café Card.
Terms & Conditions.
. Admission charges will apply to all other areas of the estate including the children’s playgrounds.
. Any misuse of the card will result in its removal and an entry charge will be required for all parties.
. Failure to pay the entry charge will result in all parties being asked to leave the estate.
. The Café Card is only valid until 1st November 2020 and cannot be exchanged for any other ticket.
. Canonteign Falls Estate has the right to cancel or cease the use of the Café Card at any time.
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