Huntlands Farm

Café's & tearooms

Each one a unique experience

Bringsty Vintage Living (on the doorstep) Antique and vintage furniture, mirrors, lighting and garden items to decorate your home. Cafe serving great homemade cakes and cream teas.

The Glasshouse Cafe (4 miles) situated inside a beautiful conservatory with views over the Suckley Hills. There is an outdoor seating area in a sunny courtyard for summer, and a log-burning fire for cosy winter days. You can sit at dining tables or on comfortable sofas, with daily newspapers and magazines to read, and free wifi.

The Masons Arms, Wichenford (5 miles) serve home-made British classics with a European twist, including authentic tapas and homemade pizzas.

The Witley Tea Rooms (8 miles) Spectacular ruins, stunning fountains, restored gardens and woodland walks make for a great day out.  Morning coffee and a toasted teacake, a light lunch made with local produce, afternoon tea with a freshly baked scone or a big slice of cake all in the majestic grounds of Witley Court.

Ralph Court Gardens (8 miles) 3 acres of 12 amazing gardens set in the grounds of a gothic rectory.  From Italy to Africa the gardens transport you around the world.  Read about it in Lucy’s blog when she visited with her mother in October 2014.  The restaurant, Phileas Fogg’s, uses home grown and locally sourced ingredients for all their dishes.

The Hop Pocket Craft Centre (10 miles) A large craft and gift centre, Farmhouse Fayre restaurant, a plant centre, and over 20 unique and independent shops.

Trumpet Corner: Art Studio & Tea Room (18 miles) Encompasses multiple studio spaces with a gallery of local artist’s work and a variety of ongoing workshops.  Serve morning coffee, light lunches and afternoon teas; country cottage style garden with outdoor seating.  Free wireless internet.

Burford House (27 miles) Everything for the home and garden: garden centre, toys and clothes, reclamation yard, interiors and fabrics, bespoke furniture.  Licensed café-bar serving snacks, lunch and beverages throughout the day.

The Old Post Office is run by an upholstery student of Lucy’s, Jo.  They offer antiques, gifts and interiors as well as village stores within a courtyard garden and cafe setting.