We are a family-run business in a stunning Cotswolds setting. It’s a great place to choose plants from a wide variety, buy some fresh food, find a unique gift – or just relax with a drink and a delicious piece of cake. All under one roof!
Our Plant and Rose Centre, includes a huge range of bedding plants, roses, trees, fruit, vegetables and climbers. Most of them are grown traditionally on site by John Wyatt and his team. We also have a fantastic selection of containers and pots to suit every type of plant and style of garden or patio.
For a refreshing break, we serve tea or coffee, light snacks and main meals in our Cotswold View Tea Room. Our dishes are tasty and traditional and we are open 7 days a week. There’s a child-friendly conservatory and outside play area too. Find out more
In our Farm Shop you can buy our locally sourced Cotswold produce – including our own amazing artisan ice cream – plus a great range of deli items, pet food, garden accessories and a wide range of gifts. Find out more
Do come and visit us. We look forward to giving you a warm and friendly Wyatts’ welcome.
John, Pat & Lizzie Wyatt
The vast majority of our plants are grown onsite from seeds to their sale.Find out more
We are famous for our Wyatts Artisan Ice Cream which is made on our premises.Find out more
Locally sourced fresh produce, including fruit and vegetables, that is delivered up to three times per week.Find out more
Wyatts has wonderful views over the Cotswold Hills and is situated in an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. We are on the Oxfordshire-Warwickshire border, near the ancient Rollright Stones.
If you are exploring the market towns of Chipping Norton, Shipston-on-Stour or Moreton-in-Marsh, come and visit us – we are only 10-15 minutes’ drive away. This beautiful area is also ideal for visiting historic sites like Shakespeare’s House at Stratford-upon-Avon or Blenheim Palace in Woodstock.
Walkers and cyclists love our Tea Room too – it is ideally located for a restorative drink or a bite to eat. Download a cycle ride route past Wyatts.