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Wyken Vineyards, Ixworth
(3.8/5 based on 180 reviews on the web)
Wyken Farmers' Market is part of a working farm which has diversified with a vineyard, garden, shop and restaurant.

There are other Facebook pages which pertain to the different parts of the place which is collectively called Wyken Vineyards. The Leaping Hare comprises the shop cafe and restaurant and the garden is part of the private estate of Wyken Hall.
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  • Went to the vineyards again on Saturday night for a friend's birthday and as usual the food was amazing and the staff very pleasant and attentive. If I had a complaint they sell malbec on there wine l...  more »
  • This estate is delightful for gardeners to visit in Summer when they can walk through the various "rooms" and admire the exterior architecture of the house. There is a farmers market on a Saturday mor...  more »
  • We regularly pick up a lunch here, in the Bistro or restaurant part. The kitchen is very good and sometimes excellent. Seasons dishes are available throughout the year as well as the must-see 'Eggs Benedict' and other specialties. The place is superb, the barn where the restoration and the store is beautiful and gardens to visit too. We are privileged to know such a place and enjoy it often.
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