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A great tea room with very friendly, cheerful staff and amazing cake.
We spent a couple of enjoyable hours browsing the wares and making the most of the tea room. Certainly worth a pit stop when passing.
What a wonderful Antique Store. Two buildings both filled upstairs and down with a totally eclectic variety of Antiques and Collectables. We spend a couple of hours wandering around looking at everything from Military to Victorian.
Top it of in the cost little restaurant and...More
Deceptively big, there's a good selection of all kinds of interesting stuff crumbed in this place. Some big Art Deco furniture pieces contrasted well with some nice antique jewellery. I liked the 60/70s games and the up-cycled furniture.
Prices are reasonable and the team is...More
in the generally accepted meaning of the definition - more like the 'pot pourri' department in any garden centre. Painted furniture is very expensive bearing in mind it's either cheap imported or old brown funiture 'tarted up' but if that's your taste then that's fine...More
Lovely place to visit for an hour or so. In 2 buildings, each with 2 floors full of interesting antiques, collectibles and vintage stuff for home and small garden items. Also some new goods such as greetings cards, giftware etc. Some great French antiques too....More
Went here today for the first visit and its quite a tardis, with nooks and crannies to explore everywhere, full of interesting artifacts, we were there for at least 2 hours and stopped for a very welcome coffee and cake at the teashop half way...More
My elderly Mother loves to browse here with me! We have spent many happy hours looking at all the antiques, curios, books etc and have purchased little things too. Mum's last purchase was two Art Deco side plates which she was very pleased with. We...More