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Jinney Ring Craft Centre, Hanbury

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The Jinney Ring Craft Centre is in the village of Hanbury, Worcestershire, 4 miles from the historic towns of Droitwich Spa and Bromsgrove. There are many craft studios including a violin maker, chocolate deli, a pottery, and a glass maker. Our largest shop is the quirky gift shop, selling scented candles, art, clothes and many other items. We also have a charming restaurant with views of the Malvern Hills.

Each year we hold three charity days, two music festivals and exhibitions including our Sculpture Trail within the garden. The Jinney Ring is 4 miles from the historic towns of Droitwich Spa and Bromsgrove.

The Craft Centre and Gift Shop are open as follows:

Mon - Sat 10:00am to 5:00pm

Sun - 11:00 am to 5:00pm

The Daytime Farmhouse Restaurant is open as follows:

Mon - Fri 10:00am to 5:00pm

Sat & Sun 9:30am to 5:00pm

Lunch is served from 12:00pm - 2:00pm everyday (to 3:00pm on weekends).
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Jinney Ring Craft Centre reviews

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  • We stopped here for lunch, the menu is good and our meal was lovely, we sat outside watching the ducks on the pond. Had a walk around the craft shops, lots of ideas for presents. 
    We stopped here for lunch, the menu is good and our meal was lovely, we sat outside watching the ducks on the pond. Had a walk around the craft shops, lots of ideas for presents.  more »
  • I visited with friends, not for the first time, and we had lunch and a good mooch afterwards. The food in the restaurant was superb, I had the chicken,ham,leek pie and it was SO tasty. Everytning is....  more
    I visited with friends, not for the first time, and we had lunch and a good mooch afterwards. The food in the restaurant was superb, I had the chicken,ham,leek pie and it was SO tasty. Everytning is....  more »
  • A warm welcome and the starters were delicious. Service was good and atmosphere relaxed and upbeat. The cheeseboard at the end was excellent. The puddings were fine but not the cold ones were not... 
    A warm welcome and the starters were delicious. Service was good and atmosphere relaxed and upbeat. The cheeseboard at the end was excellent. The puddings were fine but not the cold ones were not...  more »
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  • What a cute little place. They have a tea room cafe but we didn't go in. There are various shops with one being a glass blowing. But the surroundings is what really makes it with a small lake pond and picnic tables (although you aren't allowed to take your own food).
  • My favourite place in the world! I've been coming to the Jinney Ring regularly since I was 4 years old, I'm now 29, and ever since being a young girl feeding the ducks would say I wanted to get married here. When I was proposed to 3 years ago I didnt even consider anywhere else for our wedding, and 3 years later we had our amazing day here. They couldn't do enough for us, everything was literally perfect. The food was, as it always is, incredible. Everyone said how amazing it was and the portions were brilliant. Amanda and Carolyn were always there to help and I'm just so happy with everything. Thanks so much, myself and Ben are over the moon. X
  • Lovely gifts. Great cafe. Brilliant antiques. Plenty to see and buy. Very enjoyable afternoon tea too. Love my little toadstools.
  • Visited the craft centre. Reasonable selection of shops but not tempted to buy anything. I did however buy a drink and cake from the café. Both were very tasty and was served speedily I then went fine a walk through the garden and sat on a bench overlooking the lake. Very relaxing with great views of various waterfowl.
  • This beautiful place was recommended by a friend... We went on Saturday, the sun was out and we took a ride out to Bromsgrove. This place has A selection of artisan boutiques along with huge grounds and a picturesque seating area around 2 Duck Ponds... There is a licenced bar and cafe We had some food and drinks... This was A little expensive to be fair £14 for 1 cup of tea, 1 cup of coffee and a single slice of Apple pie with a small scoop of ice cream... Free car park and entry made up a little towards this It was a really pleasant place to visit and take kids to feed the ducks... They are quite tame and enjoy the seed bags you can buy for 50p There is a place to buy flowers that looked really well priced "The plant girl" (shown in photos)... The artificial cats were really striking and the plants looked fresh and vibrant and had some good prices. The glass blowing shop was interesting to watch them heat and shape the glass, with lots of trinkets to buy... Again quite expensive on the face of it but unique items often are. The bakery shop (Dalish Bakes) had some amazing hand made cakes, Ali was an exceptionally skilled baker (photos) I will have to order the bouquet of flowers cupcakes for the next special occasion. They are registered for civil ceremonies here and the back drop would be ideal for our wedding... The tent was up and the tables laid out for a 50th birthday party and it all looked fantastic. It's a great way to spend a few hours grab some food and fresh air... For walkers there is a 6 mile route around the estate and dogs are welcome. There are also horses and cows in the fields next to the duck ponds. Great place for fresh air and walking with the children.

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