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Tucked away down a county road is this very interesting store, there is literally something for everyone. Ranging from furniture made from used wine barrels, silk flower arrangements, jewelry and a great assortment of nick knack’s scatted round the inside of the old barn like...More
Visited with my teenage daughter. The shop was quite busy but the garden was virtually empty and very peaceful. There are places to sit and a pond. There is also Wendleton, a guinea pig village, which for a small entry fee, you can look around...More
Visited eyebright with my daughter and a friend. Heard so much about this place and was looking forward to it. We found it to be an overpriced gift shop with nothing special to offer. We spent about 20 minutes there and are not even acknowledged...More
This is a lovely gift shop but not really a tourist attraction. They have some lovely gardens and a pond but the store is just a large gift store. It is very lovely and absolutely full of gorgeous stuff but not really an attraction.
I always thought Tripadvisor was about tourist attractions, but this is actually just a gift shop like thousands of others that are not listed on Tripadvisor. OK, they have a guinea pig cage in the garden ($2 fee to walk closer than 3m) and a...More
This shop has a lot of stuff,but most is way overpriced and is packed in to get maximium exposure,the walkways are to narrow for the able so don't waste your time going there if you have any walk or balance problems,they also don't trust anyone...More
A beautiful little place with interesting shop. Ask at counter for some carrots to feed the guinea pigs. Guinea pig village has a gold coin donation box and is great to see. There is also a sectioned off part for the 'honeymooners' that usually have...More
I stopped in there this morning, it has been over 20 years since I last visited. It is just down the road from The Grape Escape and you can get to it if you drive down Queen Street in Richmond and carry on to lower...More