THE LARCH BARN

ABOUT

THE LARCH BARN

The Best View In Cleobury

We are a family owned and run business with a passion for everything local, being local people ourselves living in Cleobury Mortimer. We began this exciting journey with a desire to offer locals and visitors from near and afar a place to meet friends and family, to eat and drink in the café and explore the outdoor plant centre and all that it has to offer. The Larch Barn is a new, purpose built development (built by local contractors of course) that benefits from the most wonderful view across the Shropshire countryside. The café will serve freshly baked cakes, scones and a delicious lunch-time menu as well as offering thirst quenching soft drinks, teas and coffees, 7-days a week. The café has both indoor and outdoor seating areas, perfect all year round, with a log burner inside to warm the colder days and picnic benches outside for a true British feel. The outdoor plant centre will present a wide range of trees, shrubs and plants at affordable prices, some of which will be grown right next door on our wholesale nursery. We have a fantastic team of staff who can’t wait to welcome you with a big smile, so pop up, say hi and come sample a warm batch of scones!

OUR HISTORY

A Family Run Business Since 1999

Landscape Plants Ltd is a Cleobury Mortimer based, family run business, established by husband and wife team Paul and Jenny in 1999. Over the past 19 years the business has grown and flourished into a professional yet friendly operation, supplying contractors across the UK with trees, shrubs and hardy plants.

Sophie (Their daughter) joined the business in 2010. Working hard together, a new company emerged in October 2014 – Landscape Plants (Cleobury) Limited, still with the same ethos just under a different name.

ADDRESS

 

Six Ashes Nursery

Bridgnorth Road

Cleobury Mortimer

DY14 8JF

UK

HOURS

 

OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK

9:30AM-4:30PM

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MAILING LIST

The Larch Barn Café and Plant Centre It is part funded by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development