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quiet craft centre - tea room had the real fire going - so warm by the fire - we sat at the far end of the building - on a seetee uner the stairs. Big mistake - whilst the waitress delivered food upstains, dust and...More
Not really a craft centre, a very good deli shop, and a jewelers that make some very nice stuff. a salvage yard, basically that's it. the delivery us the main reason to go, great bread, there is a chocolate maker, but it's never been open...More
I called into Henley Chocolates today and just had to pull up a chair and watch in fascination as Sally, with much skill and enthusiasm, helped two different pairs of children make their own "Chocolate Pizza"!
The kids were enthralled as they decorated their boxes...More
Drove from Nottingham on 6/8/18 to visit the Garden Furniture Centre and take the opportunity to look around the shops there and have a decent lunch at the Cowshed Coffee Shop and Eaterie. After we had looked around the garden furniture we walked into the...More
On our way to our hotel, we stopped off for lunch at Henley in Arden and decided to drive a different way to our hotel. This was when we stumbled upon Yew Tree Farm Courtyard at Wootton Wawen. We ended up spending a bit of...More
We made our way here on a sunny, May Sunday to see if we could find the 'bluebell wood'. Well, we never found it! However, the 'farm' is an interesting place and the surrounding area of canals, walks, lambs and views made us very happy!
I was just expecting to see masses of bluebells in the woods and there were, but I have seen more, in other woods.
Perhaps, however, there were more, but we were not allowed to roam the woods to look at the best areas. I understand...More
We visited on the 7th Bank Holiday Monday, we came especially to do the bluebell walk, what a glorious day to do it on, the bluebells in all their glory, we also came across a patch of wild garlic growing. We then took a stroll...More
Lots of different shops including an antique shop that specialises in French furniture and items.
Places for refreshment etc.
We visited to do the charity bluebell walk which happend every May day weekend.
Highly recommended, fabulous bluebells.
Fabulous bluebell woods kids thoroughly enjoyed it and good opportunity for them to learn to respect nature. Well organised with stewards throughout the walk to Help people and to stop damage to bluebells obviously some mud which they couldn't do anything about and people were...More