Sunnycroft kitchen Shop

Christmas decorations in the kitchen shop

You will find something for everyone in our kitchen shop

Looking for that perfect something?

At the end of your tour of Sunnycroft you enter the historic kitchen shop, here we have an ever growing range of products, perfect for browsing, finding that perfect present or a treat for you.

We now have a range of accessories for the home, and garden now on display, a choice of confectionary, jams and books to wool rugs made in Britain. So buy yourself a special treat or a present for someone special, can't make up your mind, then don't worry if you can't decide you can always buy them a gift card.

New in 

Christmas has arrived in the Kitchen, we have lots of gorgeous things, including

  • 2019 calendars and diaries
  • Christmas ornaments
  • Christmas cards 
  • Biscuits
  • Gift packs of Jams

And much more to inspire your Christmas wish list

Sunnycroft Christmas Cards in the kitchen shop
Sunnycroft Christmas cards in the kitchen shop
Sunnycroft Christmas Cards in the kitchen shop


Outside in the courtyard we have a range of seasonal plants and produce grown and supplied by a local Shropshire Nursery, The range changes everyweek so you never know what treasure you may find. 

The kitchenshop is open during the opening times for the main house from 10;30am. 

Did you know?

The shop has changed function over the years. Designed to be a kitchen by J. G. Wackrill it had a coal fired range for all of the cooking.

When Offley Lander moved into Sunnycroft the range was replaced by an AGA. It was too large to fit into the Kitchen so it was put into the Scullery, just next door to the Kitchen, and the Kitchen became the Scullery. The range was removed and eventually replaced with a wood burning stove.

Joan Lander turned it into her back living room. It had beds for her dogs in front of the cupboards and Joan was able to relax, looking out on the Halliday glasshouse.

The National Trust put back the range to allow visitors to see how the kitchen would have looked at the turn of the twentieth century.