Such a shame this has now closed. My mother lived next door as a child and visiting her gave her so many memories. Hope they are sensible with whatever the property become.
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I have visited wiston granary a few times with family. It's a nice area not always easy park as popular in the nice weather. Had scone & Jam which usually tastes good. Also the jacket potatoes are good value. Nice for children to see the...More
Been a few times. The menagerie of ducks, chicken and geese are one of the attractions but a good coffee shop as well. Cakes are a bit variable but a good trip out nevertheless. Must wander up to the church sometime.
Nice place for tea and cake, light meals looked good. There is a few ducks, geese, chickens outside, and a farm shop attached. Go before it is gone.
We are regular visitors and always enjoy a cream tea here. We were a little disappointed today. We had reserved a table which was there and waiting but it was a little grubby with crumbs on and the menus needed a wipe. We had toasted...More
Nice cafe at the granary here with around 10 tables inside and more in the garden in the summer. Nice cakes, breakfasts, plough mans and big range of teas and good coffee. Service was exceptional as well.
found this on line by chance, so paid a visit as it looked really nice. We weren't dissapointed. Lovely friendly staff, a specials board as well as usual menu. Had a delicious cheese and tomato omelette, really good prices. The birds and ponies outside the...More
we discovered this place online and loved the fact of the on-site rescue animals and local farm shop. We decided to try it the day before Mother's Day, most of the tables were taken which we weren't surprised about but the lady said we could...More
This is a lovely little café hidden in a valley on the north edge of the South Downs. We go quite often in the summer after walking on the Downs for one of their spectacular English breakfasts - and if the sun is shining we...More
Really lovely little place, a few of the reviews say it is expensive however afternoon tea for two people at £15 in my eyes is a bargain. Really love this place, a little gem! We bought some chutney in the farm shop to take home...More