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Having parked up outside the antique centre, at first glance one would not think of it as having a tea shop, but fortunately we saw a sign indicating that it did.
It is at the back of "the house", but down a flight of stairs,...More
Visited the antiques centre for lunch with my mum. The tea rooms are delightful and the patio area is lovely. With a fabulous view over the garden We had brie and cranberry sandwiches which were really nice. Followed by cake and coffee, all homemade and...More
After a long, warm walk on the Cotswolds Way from Stanton, we wanted to cool our heels and have a bite to eat. Our first choice of tea rooms in Winchcombe was closed, but were happy to find the sign outside the Antiques Centre advertising...More
My family and I had a really nice time mooching around the shop,my dad bought an umbrella/stick stand and is very pleased with his purchase. We also enjoyed a lovely cup of coffee sat outside over looking the beautiful gardens.
It's easy to get lost in this place- just wander around at your own pace and you will find at least one item you must have! As it's an antique centre prices are there for guidance but don't haggle too much as sometimes it can...More
A range of different types of antiques, collectibles and 'tat' across two floors (don't go up a floor, as that is a dentist's practice). Overall, decent prices.
Generally, parking is reasonably easy outside; however in the high season or bank holidays (or when an event...More
What appears form the outside to be a small antique shop, is actually a wealth of rooms with a vast range of antiques, prices a little high but some excellent value items there too. Enjoyable to look at everything but did not buy. We did...More
Popped into the centre on Sunday, have been before, very friendly and plenty of rooms and cabinets with furniture and curios to buy. Prices generally OK, one or two areas a bit on the high side but they are happy to haggle.
Nice cafe downstairs...More
We saw a sign outside which advertised a garden at rear for teas etc. It is a lovely oasis, pretty garden down to the river. About 5 tables there, plus more inside but steps not good for elderly or infirm.