The Hobo.Co at The Pottery

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A31, Junction A325; 3 minutes


Mon-Sun 9am-4pm
Closed Dec 24 - Jan 6

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    Dog friendly

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    Free WiFi for visitors

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History buffs will be spoiled by Farnham, a Georgian market town with fascinating buildings and craft heritage in Surrey's rolling hills. In Roman times it was a pottery hot-spot due to its seams of Gault clay and the excellent Roman road network that aided routes to market.

The Hobo.Co at The Pottery is in a feature-packed Victorian building between two working potteries. Peek through the cartwheel windows then enter through huge, thrown-open wooden doors. Emily (the self-proclaimed 'speediest baker in the land') bakes cakes and makes soups, toasties and pastries on site; the oven-fresh cheese, chive and cayenne scones and tarragon sausage rolls are spot on. Settle in with a freshly-ground cuppa, an uplifting tea, a homemade lemonade or some spiced winter berry juice.

You'll find art, yoga and music events and a communal, creative hub vibe here. Set off refreshed to hike the Pilgrim's Way or visit 12th-century Farnham Castle. Founder Sebastian also runs the quirky Hobo.Co at The Shed (see p358).

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The Hobo.Co at The Pottery,
The Farnham Pottery, Quennells Hill, Wrecclesham,
GU10 4QJ
Tel - 07894 150290
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