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We have visited several times over the years, and have always enjoyed an amazing lunch, so tasty and very good value, you won't come away hungry. The tearoom and shop is a magical place to visit. There is also a very quaint courtyard, for when...More
Having driven two hours to get here we were really disappointed. The shop is very small and the service in the small restaurant area was abrupt in the extreme and then very slow indeed - which was odd given the lack of customers. Needs to...More
This is a small store with a cafe inside. It is loaded with Winnie the Pooh everything, even playing Winnie the Pooh stories and you shop or eat. If you are a big Winnie the Pooh fan, it’s a must.
Getting there from London.
Lovely staff and food. The potion sizes are more than enough that you need a nap after but taste delicious. Shop is very cute and well look after. Hidden gem. Definitely worth a visit. Pooh bridge easy to find walking or by car following the...More
I have been here many times over the years and it has always proved popular with whomever I take. A pretty little tearoom, with a pretty little garden (great to sit out in, in the warmer weather). Food and refreshments are delicious.
Has a shop,...More
We visited today and had some lunch after a walk in Poo country. When we arrived the cafe was full so we sat outside until a table inside became available. We all had drinks and incredibly tasty home cooked food. I had the Homity pie...More
My sister and I drove from the Windsor Area to Hartfield to visit Pooh Corner, and get to visit the places that Christopher Robin was in. But! only got to see the store, which used to be The Old Bakery, where Christopher Robin and his...More
Came here after a walk to Pooh sticks bridge. Had a wander around the shop which sells everything you could think of for Winnie the Pooh fans. We had a delightfully presented tea and coffee with hugh chunks of lovely tasting cake, which they kindly...More
Slightly disappointed if I’m honest. The tea house was packed to the rafters and so was the shop. Wanted to buy my grandsons a Pooh bear but was not impressed with some of the quality of them (all made in China) ended up just buying...More
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It's not ideal. We always left the buggy in the car. If it's been raining certain areas can be really muddy. If you can avoid taking it, I would. Otherwise make sure you go when it has been dry for a while and be aware it... More
It's not ideal. We always left the buggy in the car. If it's been raining certain areas can be really muddy. If you can avoid taking it, I would. Otherwise make sure you go when it has been dry for a while and be aware it can be a bit of a ramble so make sure you wear decent walking footwear.