A Rural Retreat For Those Wanting To Relax In The Stunning Countryside Is Only A Short Journey Out Of The Liverpool City Region
The beautiful Lancashire tearoom and gallery, Eden, will be welcoming visitors back from Monday the 17th of May.
Located only 5 miles from Ormskirk and approximately 30 minutes from Liverpool City Centre, the tearoom makes a great break from city life being nestled in the quaint village of Newburgh.
The impressive building is 4000 Sq Ft and covers two floors. The building is home to a tearoom, art gallery, a retail space selling artisan merchandise from local creatives and a workshop area for guests to get creative.
Eden hosts classes by a collection of talented local creatives, offering both one-off and monthly workshops in a purpose-built workshop so that customers can relax and create their delightful makes.
'It’s for all ages really to get stuck in and have fun and get creative' - Paula Parsons, Founder of Eden Tearoom & Galleries.
The frequent in-house classes offered include clay hand building and watercolour sessions. With the workshops run by visiting local creatives including scarf weaving, a variety of creative floristy options and pot painting, as well as baby hand print offerings.
Eden want to cultivate an ethos of encouraging people of all ages and abilities to get involved in unlocking their creative side. Other planned classes include wheel throwing, embroidery and fairy door building.
The getaway also holds monthly artisan & farmers markets on the first Saturday of each month within their grounds which can be incorporated with a trip to enjoy both indoor and outdoor seating with a selection of food or afternoon tea. The markets welcome more than 50 local makers and offer street food and local produce too.
It is also worth noting that the stunning tearoom and galleries is only a short distance from the popular Parbold Hill Circular Walk, which upon visiting Eden, you could combine into your trip.
Eden Tearoom serves a variety of food and drink sourced from a range of local farmers and producers. Their menu entails a whole host of offerings including breakfast, brunch, lunch and small plates.
'We have built up a lovely customer base... it’s a really vibrant mix of people – some stopping off for some lunch and a workshop, others for their tea and to check out our exhibitions.' - Paula Parsons, Founder of Eden Tearoom & Galleries.
The countryside-based business works alongside a selection of local suppliers for meat, fish, dairy and vegetables. Working with local producers is key to Eden, combined similarly with offering opportunities for local creatives and artists to produce and sell artisan products.
Something also worth noting is the new addition to the menu from the 17th of May is afternoon tea; visitors will be able to order sandwiches, cakes, tea and coffee. With the team at Eden baking their cakes, tarts and scones in-house.