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Glastry Farm Ice-cream

43 Manse Road, Kircubbin, Newtownards, County Down, BT22 1DR
Ice cream scoop on waffles


What makes Glastry Farm Ice Cream different?

Well it’s the cows of course. Only the most premium milk produced from the Taylors' pedigree heard is used to produce this luxury range of ice cream, you won’t find any artificial additives, artificial stabilisers and artificial ingredients throughout the Glastry Farm range.

Taylor and his family aim to supply both retailers and consumers with a quality of ice cream above all others. The range is batched produced in the family’s converted milking parlour, batch production means the company can cater for the individual, creating one off exclusive flavours for your special menu.

Over the past 5 years the farm has seen the old milking parlour convert into a modern creamery. The rich fields of the Ards Peninsula provide Glastry Farm with the perfect living ground for their pedigree herd, the mild marine micro climate delivers a plentiful supply of green grass. The Family pride themselves in producing the top 1% of quality milk in Northern Ireland, best milk – best ice cream.

In 2010 due to a high demand, Glastry Farm Ice Cream introduced its first range of sorbets and this has expanded over the years. Today the company produces 18 luxury ice cream flavours and 7 sorbet flavours. These include Yellowman Honeycomb, Rhubard and Custard, Berry Berry Blueberry and Irish Whiskey.

Our ice cream is available in many of the country’s leading restaurants and many of the top chefs love to work closely with our team in producing inspired desserts, ice creams and sorbets.
The farm has had a number of prestigious accolades over the years, United Kingdom's Grassland Farm of the Year; Northern Ireland's Dairy Farm of the Year and the business was a "Focus Farm" demonstrating good practise and innovation to fellow farmers and groups from various parts of the Kingdom.


Attraction Facilities

  • Open Mondays

Establishment Features

  • Accept coach parties


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* Monday to Friday 09:00 - 17:00

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