Well worth a trip to find plants & gardening stuff, as well as tempting craft, toys, home wares & boutique high end food stuffs too. You can have a meal or a snack with the family, including little ones in the restaurant too. I went with my little year old grandson & daughter to browse around. The aisles are comfortably wide enough for your average push-chair. It was clean & well laid out too. The pet section was a fascinating experience for my little grandson. We took him to the family friendly section of the restaurant, ostensibly to have tea & cake. However, the food was so reasonably priced & tempting that we treated ourselves to a cooked breakfast, with our little one safely seated in a clean high chair & something for him to munch & drink. The food was as delicious as it looked, & after our little Sonshine had finished his food he couldn’t wait to toddle over to the play area where other children were happily playing with the wooden train-set & watching the big flat screen TV with children’s programs for them to view, (incidentally there was also a comfortable sofa area for kids to sit & watch the TV should they wish to do so). As we left the Sunday lunches were being served. They too looked delicious & very reasonable priced, it was almost difficult to tear ourselves away, and the fact that we weren’t still hungry was our only deterrent. We promised to go back again to while away another morning or afternoon another time & take in more culinary temptations, this time taking our husband’s too. I would imagine that on a warm sunny day they would be even busier than they were on this bright winter’s Sunday morning. One other comment is that the coffee was great too, which is not always what you might otherwise expect in a garden centre restaurant.
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