Shopping at Greenway
Looking for something different from the regular high street shops? Greenway shop stocks a variety of presents and treats, items for the home and garden and of course, Agatha Christie books and memorabilia. There is always a great mix of local products as well as our National Trust favourites.
Spoiled for choice
Inside the shop you'll find food, gifts, homeware, books, cards and calendars... the list could go on and on. Our stock changes seasonally to reflect the shifting landscape and time of year. Our items are inspired by the special places that we look after and designs are influenced by the natural environment.
With beautiful bags, scarves, ornaments and sweet treats, there's plenty to choose between if you're looking for a gift (for yourself or a loved one). For a souvenir of Greenway, you could pick up a guide book, Greenway notebooks, cards mugs or postcards. You could even buy a stamp and pop your postcard straight into the 'Greenway post' - you'll find the post-box outside of the shop.
There's a wide range of Agatha Christie books and mementos to browse as well, including Dead Man's Folly which was inspired by Greenway.
After exploring the garden, why not buy a plant as a souvenir? In the courtyard outside of the shop you'll find lots of seasonal plants for sale, many of which you may have spotted growing in Greenway garden. One of the beautiful range of camellias is a fantastic memento of your time at Greenway. Inside the shop, you'll find seeds, hand tools, gloves, twine and kneelers for sale.
Local to us
We have a tempting range of tasty local jam, cider and fudge. Our whortleberry jam comes from Barnstable, and is made from the fruit of the bilberry which grows wild on West Country moors. There's a selection on Hunts Cider which comes from nearby Stoke Gabriel, and fudge from The Devon Fudge Company, a family run business in the foothills of Dartmoor.
Local homewares include XOX candles, made on the North Devon Coast, Dartmoor soap, and Twool bags. These ethical shopping bags are made entirely in the UK from British wool, from the rare-breed Whiteface Dartmoor sheep.
In the summer and early autumn any surplus stock from our fruit and vegetable plot is available to pick up from outside for a donation: every penny you give for this home-grown produce helps to care for the garden.
Lots for little ones
Young explorers at Greenway will find plenty of ways to make even more of their day. We’ve games to play, story and sticker books, traditional toys, as well as lots of extras to help them to tick off some of the 50 things challenges.
Second-hand book shop
The Barn Café is home to a second-hand book shop, so you can have a browse whilst you eat. Just pop a donation in the donation box for any books you'd like; suggested donations are £1 for paperbacks and £2.50 for hardbacks. Every penny you donate will be going towards conservation projects here at Greenway.