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Good place to browse around. Lots of cabinets downstairs. Upstairs furniture and plenty of mid century items. You never know if you’ll come across something you fancy, sadly nothing for me on this visit.
Well laid out, nice to look around.
This place is now on our list of places to visit a couple of times a year after a successful hour of rummaging saw us leaving with half a dozen bits and pieces for our house. It could have been more as there were all...More
When you need to be indoors to avoid the weather, this little Antiques Centre is worth a look. Situated in the centre of the village.
Set out on the ground and first floors, there are all manner of collectibles, many of which are at reasonable...More
Anyone who likes antiques and collectables should visit this mill. The is a lot of variety and its spread out over two floors , small and large items available . Plenty of free car parking and nice café next door. Staff helpful and friendly.
Visited today, and found that although the centre is sort of spread out over several rooms on different levels it had a good stock of interesting items. I think the layout of the place in an old mill only adds to the charm of the...More
Having seen this place on a recent TV show, we thought we would have a look for ourselves, as this is a hobby for us. The place is welcoming, and full of all kinds of collectables and antiques. Many of the collectables are at an...More
Enter the centre of the village, where the butchers and papershop is. There is a mill building on the opposite side of the road. Drive under the stone archway into a large carparking area and we are here. Spoons Tea room... More
Enter the centre of the village, where the butchers and papershop is. There is a mill building on the opposite side of the road. Drive under the stone archway into a large carparking area and we are here. Spoons Tea room is adjoining the stone arch.