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If you are prepared to root around you can find some really good items, but turn over is high so don't hesitate. It has changed to include more new, larger items but if it looks good and is well made I'm all for it. Worth...More
This antiques centre makes for an interesting stop. Not a crazy, stuffed to the brim sort of place; rather more curated with newer pieces - especially downstairs.
Good for a browse; especially if your in the mood for finding a treasure or two.
If you are passing and have spare time worth dropping in. Some interesting items and as always a lot of what you don't want or need! It is a collection of items from several antique traders. Some good ironwork, plant supports etc. Some nice metal...More
Its worth a visit for those interested in eclectic, the independent vendors offering furniture and object across periods with quality and genuine items of stock in a beautiful old mill as its setting backdrop the mis en scene
I visited today as I was passing and live some way away but have been visiting for 10 years now. I was just looking for inspiration and was not disappointed another Christmas present off the list. Very nice helpful family people
We visited here today as we are just in the middle of moving and were looking for inspiration. What a treasure trove of items.
We were looking for a dining table and chairs and although we didn't find anything we found some great stuff.
If your looking for something special, this is the place. Plenty to see, ranging from baubles to massive wardrobes, garden furniture to retro clothes. Very reasonably priced on two levels of floor space. There is parking, but on a busy day it might be tight...More