|Address:||109 High Street , Thame OX9 3DZ
Famed for having the widest High Street in England, the lovely Oxfordshire town also achieved popularity in the 1920s. John Fothergill, landlord of the Spread Eagle, wrote ‘An Innkeeper’s Diary’ – and HG Wells and the smart set of the time descended on Thame to stay at the hotel. More recently, Thame has become familiar to avid viewers of ‘Midsomer Murders’.
We opened our doors in 2006 – the tiny shopfront of our Grade-II listed building gives little clue as to what lies behind. The shop goes back and back, revealing an incredible selection of cookware, coffee makers, tableware, tools – everything you could imagine for the kitchen. It’s been called ‘Aladdin’s Tardis’.
You’ll also find helpful, friendly service from our lovely team. Glance in the direction of our coffee making area and they’ll offer you an espresso. Ask them about sharpening knives and they’ll happily give you a demonstration. If you can’t find what you’re looking for, they’ll try and find it specially for you.
How to find us
We’re on the High Street, facing the Town Hall. From the Waitrose car park, walk through to the High Street and turn left – we’re just a couple of doors away.
There is free car parking in the High Street and Upper High Street car parks, or longer terms car parking in the Cattle Market or Southern Road car parks.
By train, Thame and Haddenham Parkway station is a short taxi ride.
There are two shallow steps to the entrance of the shop and further low steps towards the rear of the ground floor. Our staff would be pleased to help with any specific requirements and assist in any way possible – please just ask. There is a bell by the entrance to the store if access is difficult.