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Gincase in England

Mawbray Hayrigg      Silloth, Cumbria, England
Tel: 44(0) 16973 32020
E-Mail: info@gincase.co.uk

Situated in a quiet and beautiful location only one mile from the picturesque Solway coast is The Gincase, where you will find a tearoom, craft barn and gallery and a farm park. The tearoom provides delicious home baking using traditional recipes and local produce. Morning Coffees, Hot and Cold Lunches and Afternoon Teas can all be enjoyed here. On warmer days you can sit in our orchard garden and enjoy the peace and quiet of this beautiful unspoilt area. The Craft Barn and Gallery is a visitors delight. Every item is made by hand in Cumbria and is of the highest quality. The Arts & Crafts on display include paintings, ceramics, woodwork, jewellery, textiles, metalwork, glasswork, pottery, needlework, willow work, greetings cards and much more. Our farm park is home to rare and unusual farm animals and poultry, plus some more familiar ones. Walk around the paddocks and meet the animals kept on farms in times past. Time your visit well and you could help to collect the eggs or feed the lambs. We also have rabbits and guinea pigs for the children to cuddle, plus a playground, toys and sandpit for their enjoyment..........

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