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“Quaint little tearoom and gift shop.”
Review of Pooh Corner

Pooh Corner
Ranked #1 of 4 things to do in Hartfield
Certificate of Excellence
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Reviewed 29 March 2017

What a wonderful stop after a romp through the 100 Aker wood (A.k.a. The Ashdown Forest.) This enchanting little shop is brimming with all manner of Pooh collectibles, cards, honey, toys, dishes, souvenirs, you name it. In the rear is Piglets tearoom which was nothing short of delightful. It is tiny but oh so quaint and there is a small outdoor dining area. the food was unparalleled for freshness and flavor and the scones with clotted cream were the best I've ever had. Definitely a 5 star place. Don't miss it if you're in the area!

Thank Tammy C
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Reviewed 26 March 2017 via mobile

Popped into Pooh corner twice. Once for a cup of tea on arrival and later for another cuppa and something to eat.
Very friendly staff, Ist visit it was not busy and we were served in record time. A lovely pot of tea with extra hot water to top the pot and a proper bone china cup and saucer, resulting in several cups.
Second visit was met with a crowded tea room and garden and people moaning about the wait. There did seem a bit of disorganisation going on but I popped inside and ordered there which was not a problem for either me or them. (I ensured I wasn't jumping the queue, hopefully). The wait was surprisingly short but perhaps everyone had been fed.
The scone on my Piglet cream tea was very fresh. Again the pot of tea resulted in lots to drink and Tiggers toastie was full of filling. Only gripe was the cream didn't taste like any clotted cream I'd had before.
The shop is full of interesting Pooh and other stuff.
In between visits we of course went to play Pooh sticks and visit Pooh in his house and yes it's been set up especially for visitors.
It also worth while travelling further up the B2026 and park in the top car parks and enjoy the views.
It was a nice change to visit somewhere that did not charge to park the car, although I dare say parking in Hartfield and the car park nearest to Pooh sticks bridge could be an issue at peak times.
All in all it was a very pleasant day out and although it wasn't the warmest of days the sun was out and it wasn't unpleasant sitting in the garden at Pooh corner as long as you didn't sit in the shade.
Loved the clocks and was there to hear/see them chime.

Thank Toheem
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Reviewed 18 March 2017

This small little cottage style shop situated in Hartfield is great for those looking for an adventure for the day. When you get here they sell gifts for a variety of ages as well as having a small little cafe. The cafe sells a delicious menu of food and the staff in the cafe and shop were all smiling and friendly. You can also buy a map here that takes you to the different stops along a road of where Pooh's house is and see the bridge where you can play Pooh sticks with everyone else, and this journey is well worth the 30 min or so walk to see! I highly recommend this as a day out for those who enjoy a little walk or just want to know all about Whinnie the Pooh from their childhood!

Thank Lauren R
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Reviewed 14 March 2017 via mobile

Been here several times since moving to the area & it's such a lovely little place. The setting amongst all the Winnie the Pooh & Peter rabbit souvenirs is quirky& nice to look at whilst your waiting for ur food. The food is really good too. really simple menu but everything I've had so far.... riggers toastie, piglets cream tea.... its all been yummy & prepared well. Another plus side it's not expensive at all. Me & husband both popped in for light lunch.... both ate, both had 1 drink.... less than £10! Look forward to going back

Thank Coodle171180
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Reviewed 12 March 2017

We had a lovely meal here and felt the prices were resonable. Great place to stop and find out information for following in Pooh's footsteps!

Thank chloew
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