Puddicombe Winery

Puddicombe Winery

Puddicombe Winery

Address: 1468 Highway 8,
Stoney Creek, ON, L8E 5K9, Canada
Phone: (905) 643-1015
Fax: (905) 643-0938
Puddicombe Farms, family fun in a farm setting. A working farm since 1797, Puddicombe Farms is so much more. The gift store featuring everything from gift baskets to baked goods. Delicious meals in the licenced Harvest Cafe and Tea Room. Your family will love the train rides on "Little Pud", the petting farm, play area, birthday parties and educational tours. And of course you may share in the harvest of apples, pears, peaches, berries, grapes and vegetables with "pick-your-own" in season. Coach and bus tours welcome (reservations preferred). Attention Hikers, farm property backs onto the Bruce Trail!

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