The Centre offers our visitors a unique selection of shops, selling a wide variety of products to suit most pockets and tastes. The choice available includes; a wide selection of top brand ladies clothes, lingerie, swimwear, shoes and handbags, quality arts and crafts, skin care products made from natural ingredients, greetings cards, gifts, collectables, gift foods and traditional sweets.
The restaurant and tea room is open daily, offering a wide variety of refreshments.
To complement the shopping and restaurant, the Centre is also home to a selection of working artists and craftspeople, their work includes: cabinet making, natural ingredient skin care products, photography, contemporary glass making studio, stone masonry and wood turning.
We are also home to local accountants Hallett & Associates, and Pour la Femme beauty and electrolysis, and Belle Amour hair salon.
We have a small selection of animals at the centre which are on show to visitors. Whilst they are not being shown as an attraction in their own right, they do add an extra interest especially for our younger visitors. Currently we have two Kune-Kune pigs, sheep (numbers depend on the time of year), cockerels, hens, ducks, budgies and several friendly cats.
The Centre can offer bed & breakfast accommodation in the main farm house if you are planning to visit us as part of a longer stay in the area.
During the year the Centre holds several special events. We have our lambing weekends in the spring, and decorated shopping weekends prior to Christmas. Please check the Special Events page for the current list of activities.
The Centre is open daily 10am to 5pm (4.30pm in January & February), we are closed on Christmas Day, Boxing Day & New Years Day. Some shop opening hours may vary, please see each individual shop page for up-to-date opening times as these may vary from the main centre hours, and to see their contact details.
There is ample free parking, no entrance fee, except for some special events. The Centre is signposted from the A5 between Towcester & Weedon, 10 minutes from junction 16 of the M1.
We regret that due to the close proximity of farm animals dogs are not allowed in the Centre (guide dogs excepted),and must be kept in the car park at all times. Fresh drinking water is available from the Barn restaurant.
There is disabled parking and level access to most areas of the Centre.
The Centre is ideally located for exploring the local countyside and canalside walks, the restaurant being ably stocked to revive even the most hardy of walkers. There are also country houses, museums and interesting local towns and villages within a short drive of the Centre.