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Burford House Garden Store, Tenbury Wells

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3.3/5 based on 40+ reviews on the web
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  • Lovely kept gardens and lovely property. Made some impulse buys. All necessary items of course :) restaurant and coffee shop very nice as well. Sand which I had wasn't quite up to scratch, was aching ...  read more »
  • Attracted by its history of being the former National Clematis Collection although since moved. However, The House has been carefully renovated and offers a collection of Collectables for purchase. Th...  read more »
  • We stopped here on our way to Wales, having travelled for several miles (140) already, we were definitely ready for lunch .... large advertising sign on front says 'Burford House' 'Restaurant'. Disapp...  read more »
  • I visited the Garden Centre and Restaurant today and all the staff were very friendly and helpful. However, I went into the Interior Design and Fine furnishing shop and I did not receive a courteous 'Good Morning' or 'Hello' not even any eye contact! I feel this let the place down!
  • A great day out and so many things to look at. Cafe was great and staff all very friendly. Cant wait to revisit to check out the gardens in the summer.
  • This was the meeting place for some far flung friends last week. We all enjoyed the wonderful cakes and coffee. The house and gardens were an unexpected treat.
  • l visited the garden cafe on thursday 25th april to treat my mum to lunch my mum had been to the cafe before and had recommended the food and wanted to return again. The assitant who served us was very pleasent and helpful and we ordered the lunch time special menu option. when our lunch was served it just looked so awfull my mum had chosen sauages and mash with peas well it was a childs portion a small blob of mash with two sauages and a spinkle of peas no more than about ten on the plate so bad l had ordered the blt which consisted of a bun that l can only describle as the cheapest value no taste the bacon had black bits on it and had been cooked on a dirty grill plate and to make it look more a whole plate of lettee with two baby tomatoes on the top no dressing or imagination terrible so if you want to be ripped off at lunch time go there. all it is good for is to have a cup of tea eat at your own risk if you dare
  • We spent an enjoyable few hours ambling around the garden, the garden centre and the shops so it was about 2.30pm when we headed to the cafe for lunch. The cafe looks so inviting: clean, nice tables, and plenty of seating outside. We went inside and was taken aback at how loud the music was (and the only artist they played was Michael Bluble which is fine for a short time but not continously). We looked to see what food was available: it was either sandwiches or cakes. The sandwiches sounded nice: ham or cheese. We asked for one of each. He dived into a fridge and said they only had ham and that they were on the counter top to help yourself to. On inspection they did look nice: the sandwiches were on a large white square plate with two small dishes covered in clingfilm. We picked one up - it was really heavy and when placed on a tray with a pot of tea took some lifting. We decided to escape the music and went outside. We took off the clingfilm and tipped out the dishes. One contained crisps, and they were soggy and stale. The other dish contained a few small salad leaves, two halves of cherry tomato and about eight olives. Now to the sandwich: the two thin sliced plain wholemeal bread was dry and stale, there was a thin scraping of butter and the thinly sliced, fatty ham covered only 50% of the bread. We ate it because we were hungry, but it was one of the fastest, most unpleasant lunches I have had. The beautful surroundings did not make up for the fact that we had bought some stale sandwiches, with a mound of olives (which not everyone likes) and been charged the extortionate amound of £5 for each sandwich !!
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