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We are a family run small visitor attraction in the heart of Earls Barton village, Northamptonshire. Through the front door you will find an Aladdin's cave full of gifts, toys, games, books for adults and children. There is our award-winning coffee...more
The museum is very interesting. A varied mix of items on display. I've knocked off a couple of stars for the attitude of the coffee shop staff who seemed to view us as an inconvenience. I am genuinely quite shocked at the rudeness of the...More
Tasty afternoon tea, though a bit clichéd, no butter for the scones, tea bag split in the tea, over-sweet cakes, if we went again we would be more specific about what we would like rather than just ordering the tea.
Nice Christmassy atmosphere, a shame...More
We always make time to visit Jeyes with our friends and family, as there is always something new or not seen in the depths of this lovely building, consisting of museum, toys books, ice cream parlor and restaurants. Located in a village of Earls Barton...More
Supposed to be chicken, ham and leek (no ham and very little leek) but huge pieces of chicken and delicious pastry.
My daughter's lemon meringue pie was the best I have ever tried.
My scone looked great but a little dry.
We were heading to Barnsdale from Suffolk.
So this was a 30 mile detour, but well worth the effort.
Apart from the Barker's shoe factory over the road, this is a gem of a tea room which ticks all the boxes.
Lovely home made cheese...More
The museum consists of several displays - The Jeyes museum (very interesting), the dolls museum (interesting if you collect dolls), The kinky boots display (OK), the social history museum (small - one bedroom sized), the model funfair (Very small and now downstairs) plus the bear...More
just popped in for birthday cards and decided to stay for a scone and coffee, lovely shop with high class goods.
However the coffee and scones were awful, coffee was scorching hot weak and tasted like hot milk. The scones were really heavy with no...More
We live in Earl's Barton, and the village has a historical Saxon Church opposite Jeyes. Jeyes it's self has every thing from museum, coffee shop book and toys etc. It will keep you amused for several hours. This is still run by the dame Jeyes...More