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Bit out of the way, I was concerned it would be a tiny shop with just a few offerings!
Wow, was I wrong.
This place is fantastic, so many different styles of arts and crafts. Different materials and just really high quality.
We ended up...More
In the Keswick area and looking for something to do , Thornthwaite Gallery is well worth a visit. Filled with beautiful hand crafted items,gifts,photographs and pictures.
Not to forget the wonderful homemade cakes,scones,food and drinks available.
Oh yes and the Gallery personnel are friendly and...More
Always pay The Thorntree a visit just to look around and also to have a coffee and a scone. All pleasantly served and this place is good to have good browse especially if you are looking for an unusual gift for the home or relative.
We have been visiting Thornthwaite Galleries for almost forty years because we find there is always something there which is of particular interest to us. In the past we have bought paintings, sketches, wood sculptures, vases, ceramic bowls, metal sculptures, bronzes, glassware, jewellery and last...More
Date of experience: May 2019
OLY1200, Owner at Thornthwaite Galleries, responded to this reviewResponded June 28, 2019
thankyou for your review, we try hard and its always good to get nice feedback
Lots of different artists exhibiting. Some of the “felt work” looks amazing and what can be done with wood really impressive.
Cheese scone with cream cheese and chilli jam very tasty as was the cheese and onion toasty with a nice cup of tea
Out for a round robin walk this morning, from Braithwaite and back, we walked through Thornthwaite village. Hoping to stop for coffee and have a good look around the galleries, we were disappointed to find it closed until mid - February. However, Paula the owner...More
A lot packed into a small space. Huge range of top quality items for sale and an ever changing exhibitions. When you’ve finished browsing have some refreshments in the tea room, reasonably priced food. Cheese features predominately on the menu, but there are alternatives of...More