Eating & shopping

The Old Stables

A sunny exterior of the Old Stables © Henry Jarvis

A sunny exterior of the Old Stables

For a well earned refreshment stop by at the Old Stables. Everything is homemade and with a selection of soups, deli rolls, salads, scones and sausage rolls you 'll be spoiled for choice. There's even a doggy bowl outside for furry companions.

The Old Stables

Our kitschy kitchen at the Old Stables © Henry Jarvis

Our kitschy kitchen at the Old Stables

For a well earned refreshment stop by at the Old Stables. Everything is homemade and with a selection of soups, deli rolls, salads, scones and sausage rolls you 'll be spoiled for choice. There's even a doggy bowl outside for furry companions.

The Old Stables

Tasty treats at the Old Stables © Henry Jarvis

Tasty treats at the Old Stables

For a well earned refreshment stop by at the Old Stables. Everything is homemade and with a selection of soups, deli rolls, salads, scones and sausage rolls you 'll be spoiled for choice. There's even a doggy bowl outside for furry companions.

A picnic paradise

With make your own children's lunch boxes, pre packed sandwiches, rolls and even scones, jam and cream there are plenty of things you can grab and go. Make the most of the sunshine and borrow one of our blankets or deck chairs and enjoy your lunch in the meadow.

Emmetts Garden shop

Take a look in the Emmetts Garden shop

Visit our fantastic shop at Emmetts Garden. We have a great range of gifts, garden accessories, books and tools perfect as a memento visiting the natural garden.

Ideal outdoors

The plantd available at the Emmetts Garden shop

We wouldn't be much of a garden if we didn't sell plants.We have a variety of plants and furniture for you to take away and don't miss our head gardener's plant of the week.

The finishing touches

Every garden needs an ornament or feature

To add that final touch to your garden you are going to need some ornaments. Emmetts Garden has a range of natural and agricultural features for your garden ideal for the area. Kent's not the garden of England for nothing.

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