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Pooh Corner Hartfield

Welcome to Pooh Corner

Pooh Corner is situated on the edge of the Ashdown Forest, East Sussex in Hartfield  The perfect stop for either the casual visitor or the die hard fan of A.A. Milne's most famous creation, Winnie the Pooh and his friends. The classic stories came to life just a short walk away in the 100 Acre Wood! So whether you come to our restaurant for a drink or something to eat or to visit our gift shop and museum, you'll find yourself busy doing nothing in no time!

 

Join us at Pooh Corner in Hartfield Today!

Toys and Gifts!

Our Toy and Gift shop is the perfect place to spend some time, explore the current ranges from across the world and check out our vintage exclusives that we hand pick for your home.

Can't get to Pooh Corner in Hartfield? VISIT OUR ONLINE SHOP

Tea Room

Our tea room offers two unique areas to chose between (space permitting). You can enjoy the full out fun Piglets tea room, celebrating the colourful world of Pooh, perfect for the whole family.

And for those wanting a retreat or more historic space for meetings or couples retreat we've got the E.H. Shepard tea room, full of vintage and much loved artwork.

The Pooh'seum!

A trip to Pooh Country is not complete without a cup of tea in our tea room and visit to our free museum showcasing the life of A.A.Milne, E.H.Shepard, Christopher Robin (and quite a few bits of Winnie the Pooh).

From Artwork to Toys and Books, showcasing 95 years of Winnie the Pooh and his creators.

Online Shop

Do you feel like you're missing out on the Winnie the Pooh fun at home? Then why not take a look at our online shop! Full of toys, gifts and collectibles, our online store has something for everyone.... We ship throughout the UK and internationally so a special delivery could be at your doorstep very soon!

VISIT OUR ONLINE SHOP

Pooh-seum Grand Opening

We were delighted when our Pooh-seum (the worlds first Winnie the Pooh Museum dedicated to the people behind the books) was officially opened by BBC Presenter Gyles Brandreth on December 7th 2019. Gyles, an old friend of Christopher Robin Milne said "Christopher would approve" - you can't get a better recommendation that that!

Also present was BBC Presenter Charlotte Wright who reported from the event.

The museum showcases over 100 years of the Milne family, the origins of the story, some original Pooh Bears and some unseen books and photos to help tell the story.

Great British Railway Journeys

 

We were delighted to be asked to take part in Great British Railway Journeys. Helping Michael Portillo travel from Biggin Hill to the Ashdown Forest. Neil joined Michael to discuss a number of things including the popularity of Winnie the Pooh and it's affect on the wonderful village of Hartfield in East Sussex

Michael Portillo at Pooh Corner

Online Shop

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Visit our online shop for all that's great in the world of Winnie the Pooh. With Worldwide shipping and great prices there is something for everyone!

With new items being added all the time and regular sale items it's worth coming back on a regular basis.

Want to join our info newsletter?

We  send out regular newsletters on Pooh products from around the world. You can register HERE

01892 771155
High Street, Hartfield, East Sussex, TN7 4AE
OPENING HOURS
Monday to Saturday 11:00 - 5:00
Sundays and Bank Holidays 11:00 - 4:00

Please Note:

Last hot food orders taken 45 minutes before closing time.

Last drink and cake orders 30 minutes before closing time.

The Enchanted Places - Christopher Milne

"Subsequent trips included our weekly visit to Hartfield, a mile away along a main road, up a steep hill, down a steep hill and in at the first shop on the left hand side. Jessica (my donkey) needed no urging and the woman behind the counter no instructions. It was a pennyworth of bullseyes for each of us."

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Pooh Corner Winter 2021

New Menu

Here at Pooh Corner we always want to serve fresh and exciting food. Our menu is constantly evolving with seasonal dishes served alongside old favourites such as our classic cream teas and toasted sandwiches. We cater for almost all dietary requirements (vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free etc) so there is always something to suit everyone in our tea room! You can read the current MENU here.

We're Social

Follow us on social media to keep up to date with all the events, special offers and fun stuff we do throughout the year. You'll find us on Facebook, Instagram and TikTok.

And don't forget to use the hashtag #poohcorner wherever possible, at home with your favourite bear, or on your walks in the 100 Acre Wood - we love to see your love of Pooh! Visitors to the tea room will also find we also offer free wifi as part of your visit and invite you to share your experience as much as possible.

What our customers think...

Other tearooms take note - this is how a busy operation should be run. On one of the busiest days of the year, with a large local fete adding to the already heaving tourist destination, I turned up with my elderly and immobile mother in law plus two others. No booking system here- you wait for a table. We asked if we could wait outside where we could sit down, and sure enough we were called in after approx. 20 mins to a table with a window. The tearoom was short staffed- three people plus a manager covering over 60 seats- yet the staff were patient with our mobility issue and always friendly. The service was outstanding- attentive, friendly, and very quick, and it was clear it wasn't just us- the staff work really hard to make people happy. I've run busy restaurants and many eateries could learn a lesson or two here. The food was lovely - fresh and well presented, reasonable value and portion sizes. We will certainly be back (on a less busy day) and I recommend this establishment highly.

Reviewed by Ben B
September 2023

Had another fabulous visit to Pooh Corner. We only waited a few minutes for a table in the lovely outside courtyard garden. Two warm fruit scones with cream and jam was delicious along with a lovely flat white coffee. As was the tuna sandwich on gluten free bread and almond latte. The staff are always polite and the service very good. Although there was a constant stream of visitors, the queue reduced quickly. We will definitely be returning.

Reviewed by Twinkletoesdolly
August 2023

Lovely tearoom and really nice museum. Makes a fantastic day out. The walk from poohs corner to the bridge was good. We almost missed the last bus but the owner was kind enough to give us a lift. Really lovely man, like all the staff were. Genuine and authentic atmosphere. well priced and delicious menu. Cannot recommend the tearoom enough

Reviewed by Patrick
August 2023