News from Wyken
We’ve gone to the dogs.
Our new exhibition ‘Paw Prints’ includes a selection of dog themed prints from the fabulous book of the same name by Alan Marshall. A must see for art lovers and dog lovers alike. It includes work by Sarah Cemmick, Amie Haslen, Carl Borges, Pat Schaverien, Roz Howling, Nick Wonham, Gill Bedson and Gill Munn.
Winter opening hours.
Our winter hours (January, February and March) are:
Café open 10am – 5pm Sunday to Friday. Saturday 9am – 5pm.
Shop open everyday from 10am – 5pm. Saturday from 9am – 5pm.
Restaurant open everyday for lunch 12pm – 2pm & Friday & Saturday evenings 7pm – 10pm.
Farmers’ Market every Saturday 9am – 1pm.
Anyone passing our Vineyard recently will have noticed a large section of vines being dug up. These are our 20 year old Triomphe d’Alsace variety which we use for our Wyken Pink wine. With their yield reducing as they grow into old age, we have decided to replace them. In April they will be succeeded by new Pinot Noir vines. These should take around 4 years to mature before they produce enough fruit to harvest.
It’s great to see our Wyken Hall Gardens in the January edition of Country Living Magazine. We’re keeping our fingers crossed for more snow like this at Christmas…
Jay Rayner’s Leaping Hare review for the Observer
Many thanks to Jay Rayner for such an incredible review. We’re so glad you enjoyed your time at The Leaping Hare! Click below to read.
Photo by Chris Ridley
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