WYCOLLER CRAFT CENTRE & TEAROOMS
WYCOLLER CRAFT CENTRE & TEAROOMS

OPENING TIMES

SUMMER 2016

           (APR 1ST-1ST NOV)

CLOSED MONDAYS

(OPEN BANK HOLIDAY MONDAYS)

 

OPEN

  
   TUE 11-5.30PM

WED 11-5.30PM

THU 11-5.30PM

FRI 12-5.30PM (BAKING DAY)

 SAT 11-5.30PM

SUN 11-5.30PM

LAST ORDERS IN TEAROOM

STRICTLY 5.00 PM

 

WINTER OPENINGS

​FROM 31ST OCT TO 31ST MAR 2017

 
WE ARE CLOSED MONDAYS AND TUEDAYS
 
 
 

 

 

Click on Whats New ? For any news or opening changes.

 

 

 

ABOUT US

 

Formally a Shippon (cow shed/ dairy) the building was converted into a Craft centre with Tea room  in the early 80's. Privately owned and family run since 1983, we pride ourselves on traditional foods and service . All our food is freshly prepared using high quality locally sourced produce(where possible) and offer good value for money.  We are proud to offer freshly baked Homemade Cakes and scones and offer simple traditional food and serve special homemade meals most Sundays. 

We welcome:- Cyclists,walkers,Horse riders and well behaved dogs(On leads) .

 

Large groups (please call to avoid disappointment at busy times)   on :- (01282)868395

                                       

 

 

ABOUT  WYCOLLER

Wycoller is widely known for its seven bridges which include a Packhorse bridge, Clapper bridge and prehistoric Clam bridge.The village has its own ruined manor house Wycoller Hall which is said to be the inspiration for "Ferndean Manor"in Charlotte Brontes Jane Eyre.

Wycoller has also been featured in the film The Railway Children and the subject of T.V. documentaries such as Grand designs(Kevin Mcloud),Walking through History (Tony Robinson) and Hidden villages (Penelope Keith). 

 

 

 

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