Eating & shopping

Discover an Aladdin’s cave full of quirky gifts

Discover an Aladdin’s cave full of quirky gifts

Shopping at The Vyne

Allow plenty of time during your visit to browse the coach house gift shop. Once a store for Wigget Chute's exquisite horse-drawn carriages, the shop is now home to a selection of high-quality trinkets and treasures. With a vast selection of books, cards, gifts, local produce and children's games, a browse around the shop is a must before you leave. 

  • Florence court embraces the the spring flowers © Bernie Brown

    Ticket office kiosk

    Spring/Summer-why not buy some plants from ‘the garden shed’ by the car park. 

  • Florence court embraces the the spring flowers © Bernie Brown

    Guide books

    Take the The Vyne's history home. Guide books available at the house, visitor reception or shop.<...

  • Browse our books © Clare Egan National Trust

    Second-hand bookshop

    Pick up a good-value holiday read from the second-hand bookshop inside the house.

Some of the lovely products available from The Vyne’s shop © National Trust/Geoff Smith

Some of the lovely products available from The Vyne’s shop

Browse a great collection of books © National Trust/Geoff Smith

Browse a great collection of books

Passionfruit, raspberry, blackcurrant, lemon and lime curds © National Trust/Geoff Smith

Passionfruit, raspberry, blackcurrant, lemon and lime curds

Get baking with a selection of cookbooks © National Trust/Geoff Smith

Get baking with a selection of cookbooks

Plenty of quirky homewares to choose from © National Trust/Geoff Smith

Plenty of quirky homewares to choose from

Dine in style in the beautiful surrounds of our 17th century Brewhouse © National Trust/Freya Murphy

Dine in style in the beautiful surrounds of our 17th century Brewhouse

A bite to eat

Dine among two floors of what was originally a 17th-century Brewhouse. Its interior displays original oak beams and stonework, creating a relaxing place for you to refuel after a walk in the woodlands or tour of the house.

The tea-room is open every day from 10am until 5pm. Hot food and light lunches are served between 12 noon and 2.30pm.

 

Light lunches and savoury snacks

Sink your teeth into a well-filled sandwich © David Levenson

 Browse a selection of freshly made sandwiches, jacket potatoes, soup and 1-pot meals.

Sweet tooth?

Sweet treat: A tempting cream tea with freshly made scones © David Levenson

 Keep yourself ticking over with homemade cakes, biscuits and scones made fresh daily.

Stop for a snack

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    The garden shed

    Pick up an ice cream or hot drink to enjoy on your walk up to the house. Open spring/summer.

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  • Visit the Brewhouse kiosk and enjoy lunch outside © Geoff Smith

    Tea garden kiosk

    Hot and cold drinks available from the tea garden kiosk. Open spring/summer.


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