SnowDrops Oposite the Strelley Hall Main Door
We are in the beautiful surroundings of Strelley Hall Main Street Strelley Village, the hidden gem within Nottinghamshire.
The Stable court yard has grown organically over the past few years offering a small selection of unique retail outlets, the main highlight being the mulberry tree cafe, which is also featured in the ‘Nottingham Cookbook Second Helpings’, the other retail outlets within the stable yard are Created by Hand and as the name suggests displays a unique collection of handmade gifts created by some of the region’s best designers. The most recent outlets being our mulberry tree garden shop suppling seasonal plants and gifts for all occasions, Priscils a family run business that specialises in wedding dresses & occasion wear, wedding hire, party/craft supplies as well as seasonal gifts & hampers and Moodoo Hair studio is in Edge Barn that was previously a cowshed. It’s now opulent with a modern edge and oozes personality.
This is a beautiful location at all times of the year, offering some local walks as well as the Broxtowe trail. You can pick up leaflets for the walks in the mulberry tree café.
The hall itself offers some interesting local history which can be heard on the tea and tour hosted by Richard Henshell the owner of Strelley Hall.