The new Secret Garden Café is now open.
The café is situated at the furthest end of the Village from the train station, on the right-hand side of the mall.
Secret Garden Café is inspired by the 1930s children’s book, The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett. Guests will travel through the landscape of 1930s Britain, including an old-fashioned shop, a hallway adorned with hats and sitting room from a quirky British house, into a hidden garden where there is a wrought-iron chair overgrown with moss, a shabby chic scarecrow called ‘Woody’that guards the vegetable patch and a quirky gardener in the potting shed.
In this storybook world delicious food is also on offer. Enjoy fresh, local produce; from heart-warming local pies to hotpot wonders and seasonal salads – there is something to satisfy all tastes. Quench your thirst with gin and ginger, elderflower or plum, or try one of the delicious smoothies.
You will leave the Secret Garden Café feeling refreshed and invigorated from your time well spent in this hidden oasis.