Shopping at The Vyne

A photo of ginger wine on sale in the shop

If you’re looking for a present or simply want a post-walk ‘mooch’, pop inside and see us. We have things that will decorate your dining room and tempt the taste buds. To ward off the winter chill, you can treat yourself to an array of delicious goodies containing a key warming ingredient: ginger.


Scroll down for our returns policy. Please note, because of the shop’s cosy nature, we may not stock the entire range shown in the photos.

The origin of ginger
It is thought that ginger’s name can be traced right back to Sanskrit roots to the word ‘srngaveram’, meaning ‘shaped like a horn’. This fiery ingredient can be found in many of the goodies in our shop. 

Perfect for relaxing by a roaring fire, these tasty treats will help you keep warm this winter; rich and warming ginger wine from the West Country, smooth and spicy ginger liqueur, ginger curd, rich and juicy pear, orange and ginger chutney, crisp and spicy dark chocolate coated ginger biscuits and, made in Cornwall, smooth and warming ginger fudge and rich ginger dark chocolate.

Come in for a browse
A photo of the shop at The Vyne

Dip into our literary selection and find your next ‘soon-to-be-well-thumbed’ volume. If adventure is on your mind, we have books on British travel and sightseeing. For some cultural enlightenment, dive into our titles on history, historic houses and gardens, gardening and cookery.

The Vyne Guidebook
On sale for £5, The Vyne offers an insight into the house and its diverse history. When you buy a copy, £3.40 helps us look after The Vyne.
Why not grab yourself a copy and enlighten yourself over a cuppa in our Brewhouse tearoom? 
Gift cards and postage stamps
Accepted as full or part payment, our gift cards can be used online, in all National Trust shops and tearooms and can even be put towards memberships and holiday cottages. Just ask us in the shop.
Stamps are available to buy at the till. 
Returns policy
We are happy to exchange or refund any purchases within 28 days with a valid receipt with the following exceptions for health and safety reasons: 
Food, toiletries or pierced earrings unless faulty. This does not affect your statutory rights.