Terms & Conditions
Online Sales Terms and Conditions
All ticket sales through this website are with Dairyland Farm Park Ltd. Tresillian Barton, Newquay, Cornwall Tel: 01872 510 246
The details and prices of the tickets that you purchase will be shown on the website at the time of purchase. Prices are inclusive of tax. A £1 booking fee will apply to each booking made. Most major credit and debit cards are accepted in partnership with our payment gateway. Credit/debit card transactions are made on a separate secure server, with full encryption of all credit card data.
Once your order is complete, a booking reference with a unique bar-code and number will be automatically sent to your email address. Possession of this booking reference will be regarded as proof of purchase and will entitle you to the items purchases. Before entry we may request the name of the person who booked the tickets, or proof of identity for security reasons.
Children under the age of 16 years old are not permitted entry into Dairyland without an adult. They must be supervised by an adult at all times.
Babes in arms are free of charge but still need to be added when purchasing tickets.
Disabled visitors are entitled to free admission for one carer which must be selected when purchasing tickets. You may be asked to show evidence of DLA/PIP payments or a photo ID Blue Badge upon entry to qualify for this concessionary rate.
Tickets purchased are only valid for the date they are booked for as per your booking confirmation. Your tickets are not for re-sale and are non-refundable. We cannot refund tickets for the reason of adverse weather conditions. Tickets purchased online cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer.
Tickets not redeemed on their booked date will automatically expire and will not automatically qualify for a transfer request. To contact us please phone 01872 510246 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dairyland reserves the right to refuse admission to any ticket holder and, in the interest of safety, we also reserve the right to ask guests to leave the park at any time.