Jinney Ring Craft Centre – Eating Out for Groups
Hanbury Road, Hanbury, Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, B60 4BU
Beautiful 200 year old barns converted into 12 craft studio workshops, plant shop, daytime farmhouse restaurant, craft gallery and gift shop. Superb landscape gardens with stunning views of the Malverns.
Beautiful 200 year old barns converted into 12 craft studio workshops which cover a range of crafts, including:
Several types of wood working
Plants and shrubs
The crafts people are always delighted to share their knowledge with visitors and you will see and buy many fine examples of their work.
The main gift shop which is quirky in design with many hidden nooks and crannies, stocks many unusual gifts and treats for your house including toys, pictures, jewellery, high quality clothes as well as homeware and glass. Christmas in the shop is always a special favourite with its “”oldie worldie”” feel.
The Gift Shop also houses a fine selection of work from local artists including metal forgings, handmade prints, paintings and photography.
Exhibitions of specific artists are listed on the website.
Finally, the farmhouse restaurant, which has seating for about 100 people at any one time, is a pleasure all of its own. The food is made at the Centre and is freshly cooked each day. The soups and lunches are wholesome, hearty and good value and the cakes and puddings are “”to die for””. Put all of this delightful fare alongside the spectacular views over the duck ponds to Hanbury Church and the Malvern Hills in the distance, or perhaps just sit by the roaring log fire in the lounge (in Winter) and you will have a lovely relaxing time no matter what time of day you visit. In the evening the restaurant is used for theme nights and private functions.
The centre is located on the B4091 on the edge of Hanbury Village and is close to the M5 and the M42 motorways. It is surrounded by countryside and has many footpaths crossing close by. There is ample free parking and no charge for admission. No picnics.
The centre caters for disabled people, although some of the upper areas cannot be accessed with a wheelchair due to the age of the buildings. Coaches are welcome by appointment.
Catering available for groups”