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Visited this garden centre on a Sunday and found the prices to be high end.
There is largish area with plants, a small gift shop and cafe. Coffee £2.95 for a large cup which is more expensive than Costa. Food hygiene rating 4.
The garden centre is superb, set out beautifully with a little shop selling interesting items, great for gifts, a barn selling vintage items and a very reasonably priced coffee shop with light meals and cakes, all home made. There are several themed events on throughout...More
This is a delightful place to stroll around and see the gardens and house (outside only). You pay £6 to get in or £5 for pensioners 65 and over. Afterwards you can spot your favourite plants in the garden centre (quite expensive), wander through the...More
Our group, which consisted of seventeen people arrived at lunch time for our booking at the Cranborne Garden Centre. We were taken through the very busy (and noisy) cafe area to a separate, pleasant dining room. I thought the menu was quite limited - mainly...More
It was our wedding anniversary and as we had had a busy weekend, we thought it would be nice on such a sunny summers day, to have a cream tea at Cranborne Tea Rooms.
We have visited before for lunch and a few years back,...More
Popped in here literally on the way past. The house attached to the garden centre wasn't open which was disappointing. The garden centre didn't take long to wander around but the plants looked much better than other reviewers might lead you to believe. Perhaps the...More
I regularly visit Cranborne Garden Centre as I have over the past 20 years and was very disappointed on Sunday when I came for a cream tea with my husband. The girls serving were very hard pushed to cope with the people waiting to be...More
We used to visit this garden centre regularly when we lived more locally and loved the food and a walk round the centre to look at the lovely array of plants etc since moving we have not been for a while.We popped in as we...More
I visit Cranborne Manor every year in June to see the wonderful collection of roses especially the old roses but really sad to see the very dried out plants with so many of them wilting badly. Practically every plant in the nursery was desperately in...More