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The Old Tile Wokrs

The Old Tile Works is a newly built stylish coffee shop and restaurant, serving tasty, locally sourced homemade food seven days a week. The perfect venue for a meeting with friends, a mid week treat or Sunday lunch with the family. Whether sitting inside or out on the south facing terrace overlooking the pond, it is the perfect setting for a relaxing breakfast, lunch or afternoon tea. The Old Tile Works is situated in 17 acres of rural land on the southern banks of the River Humber and the fully restored working factory of William Blyth dating back to 1840, using local clay and traditional techniques to create a range of handmade roof tiles, fittings and pottery. As part of our site development we have built a stylish coffee shop and restaurant with a beautiful south facing terrace overlooking the ponds and the old town of Barton. Serving great homemade food using the best local produce. The old tile works is also home to an artisan village which currently houses Les Hardwick-Grey manufacturer of fine furniture and our own resident potter Gabriel Nichols and his team, as well as our in house sculpture John Wilson. All of the pottery and unique garden sculpture can be purchased on site from The Drying Shed.

The Old Tile Wokrs
Ings Far Road
Barton-upon-Humber
Lincolnshire
DN18 5AZ
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The Old Tile Wokrs Barton-upon-Humber Lincolnshire Restaurant



The Old Tile Works is a newly built stylish coffee shop and restaurant, serving tasty, locally sourced homemade food seven days a week. The perfect venue for a meeting with friends, a mid week treat or Sunday lunch with the family. Whether sitting inside or out on the south facing terrace overlooking the pond, it is the perfect setting for a relaxing breakfast, lunch or afternoon tea. The Old Tile Works is situated in 17 acres of rural land on the southern banks of the River Humber and the fully restored working factory of William Blyth dating back to 1840, using local clay and traditional techniques to create a range of handmade roof tiles, fittings and pottery. As part of our site development we have built a stylish coffee shop and restaurant with a beautiful south facing terrace overlooking the ponds and the old town of Barton. Serving great homemade food using the best local produce. The old tile works is also home to an artisan village which currently houses Les Hardwick-Grey manufacturer of fine furniture and our own resident potter Gabriel Nichols and his team, as well as our in house sculpture John Wilson. All of the pottery and unique garden sculpture can be purchased on site from The Drying Shed.