CLAYDON'S COURTYARD IS AN UNEXPECTED TREAT


The Claydon’s incredible Courtyard, at Claydon House was once the bustling heart of the Estate. It housed workshops, stables, coach houses, estate stores, the laundry, brew house and staff accommodation. It is now a hub for events, arts and crafts and is home to an eclectic range of shops and businesses. Located in the corner of The Courtyard is the The Phoenix Tearooms. With a lovely range on offer from afternoon tea to tasty burgers there is something guaranteed to tempt your taste buds, a great place to relax while you enjoy your trip to this beautiful and surprising little corner of Bucks.
An array of unique businesses await you from picture framing to jewellery and an out of this world interiors shop.
Corzo & Wood is a silver jewellery workshop and bijoux independent gift shop. Violeta Corzo and Sarah Wood run a variety of silver jewellery making workshops. The gift shop stocks competitively priced quality and beautifully made products to suit many styles and tastes, with many of the products being locally handmade, fair trade and ethically sourced.
The Flying Fox features timeless objects & statement interiors inspired by the Countryside.
Award winning artist Peter Keegan offers a snap shot of his portrait Studio. His aim in portraiture is to always create a painting or drawing that reflects the subject's likeness and personality, as well as capturing those special elements which make the subject truly 'them'.
The Courtyard Art Studio is also part Of Peter Keegans offering, here he offers a bespoke working art studio hosting a wide range of art courses, workshops and weekly classes.
The Claydon Gallery is a friendly contemporary art gallery showing a carefully selected range of original artwork from established and emerging artists and makers.’ Walk Through the arch to find the Lucinda Brown Studio with Ceramics, gifts and a beautiful garden, here she also offers workshops.
A real gem in the grounds of the historic Claydon House, now owned by the National trust, the eighteenth century house is well worth the visit too, a day out with out a doubt!

Pictures - Derek Pelling Photography


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