This place is the best nursery/farm/tearoom ever. It bears no resemblance to those sad overpriced places on out of town estates with their nasty cafeteria style tea rooms. This is a barn, a walled garden, some lovely stuff to look at and divine things to eat. The nursery itself is reasonably priced and he grows some very good perennials. The tearoom at the back of the nursery is such a gem I am not sure I want to write this review. It's hard enough to get a seat there at busy times already. I have been on numerous occasions but only for a pot of tea and a cake. They also do light lunches which look equally delicious. The bakewell tart is out of this world. Huge slabs of cake, a gorgeous setting looking over the plants for sale in what was an old wallled garden. Inside there is a fabulous farm shop where you can go pleasantly bakrupt buying wonderful local produce. If you don't know how good the quiches in the shop, then "you ain't from round 'ere" know what I mean? Probably not - they are the finest quiches anyone has ever eaten and I say that in the complete conviction that I am right. I don't think anyone who has eaten them has ever tried making their own again. It's such a lovely place to visit. There's a walk from Battle which brings you out just nearby - friends of ours call it the cake walk - nuff said. Get there early for the sausage rolls in the shop. There is a lovely florists some days as well. Look for the sheperd's wagon near the car park.
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