I visited the Courtyard Craft Centre with a small mixed party of 8 people. We spent some time in the pottery looking and purchasing a few items, then went to browse among the boutique pieces. We then popped into a little home made craft shop followed by a visit to Fi's Furnishings where we bought 3 items. After that we went to the tea rooms for a lovely lunch, some had cream teas. The staff in the tearooms were polite and jokey and made us feel very much at home At this point, and having read some of the other comments prior to our visit we were all a bit bemused as to what the other 3 lots of visitors had found such a let down, we had spent a lovely hour so far. After lunch we visited the wool shop where again our 2 senior ladies spent on a number of items and wool and then we treated the kids in the toy shop and sweet shop not to mention the adults with old fashioned favourites and lovely Belgian truffles. Our last stop was a peek in the wedding shop and a longer look around the 'resident wytch' shop which we found fascinating. Parking and entry was free so after all that we really are at a loss to see why people moan. Had they paid to park and again to enter then I suppose people would be justified in their criticisms but this is a FREE venue in the middle of lovely countryside and there are very few free things in life now. So come on folks think before you judge, it's free and fun so spend a bit longer looking around and you might actually see something you like. We will certainly be back again for a free couple of hours relaxation.
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