Shopping at Greenway
The shop at Greenway sells a range of gifts, plants, local produce, and of course, Agatha Christie books and memorabilia. Over the winter it has had a fantastic refurbishment inspired by the style of the house and Boathouse, and opened up a second-hand book shop in the Barn Café.
After exploring the garden, why not buy a plant inspired by the spring garden as a souvenir? One of the beautiful range of camellias is a fantastic memento of your time at Greenway. In the summer months you can also pick up produce grown in the gardens by volunteer Graham, who tends to the thriving vegetable plots in the Walled Garden.
Gifts and more
As well as everything Agatha, the shop sells locally produced food, drink, gifts, postcards and much more. This year the theme for the National Trust range is the Cottage Garden Collection; exclusive designs developed by our in-house designers and inspired by the gardens of the National Trust: Beatrix Potter’s Garden at Hill Top, Hardy’s Cottage, Barrington Court, Sissinghurst, Fyne Court & Alfriston Clergy.
Second-hand book shop
The Barn Café is now 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; this year we are raising funds to restore the Vinery.
A fresh new look
Greenway's iconic Boathouse and unique house have inspired the new look in the shop. In the Boathouse section Agatha Christie themed products and books are nestled on shelving shaped like the Boathouse, and in the area inspired by the house products are displayed in picture frames and beautiful tables are adorned with gifts and treats to tempt you.