New Brewery Arts
This beautiful former brewery is a busy creative paradise in the heart of the Cotswolds. Open all year round we welcome visitors’ young and old, artists, wannabe artists, enthusiasts, first time triers, present buyers and everyone who likes cake.
Our Craft Shop is home to the Best of British craft – ceramics, glass, jewellery, textiles, wood, metal prints and cards. Our award winning Café produces delicious salads, soups, sandwiches and lunch time specials. And our cakes are superb! All our food is home made on the premises. We exhibit the work of makers from all over the country and beyond in our elegant Galleries, with an annual programme of visual arts and craft exhibitions.
Wander around the courtyard and up to our lofty second floor to find our 10 studios, all abuzz with artist makers at the top of their game: glass blowers, handloom weaver, jeweller, ceramicist, furniture designer and stone carver, stained glass, textiles and mixed media artists.
Inspired? You too can join an art or craft Workshop in one of our four dedicated Education Rooms. We teach everything from pottery to stained glass, stone carving to felt making and so much more. Adults and children’s classes, daytime, evenings and weekends. Our excellent tutors will nurture your emerging talent in small classes.
AND April 2016 we open The Barrel Store our contemporary, Overnight Accommodation, for visitors to enjoy everything we and the Cotswolds have to offer. The former stone barrel warehouse is now a stylish and brilliantly located ‘boutique hostel’. Comfortable, and affordable we have a mix of 14 single, double and family rooms, (most en-suite), self-catering kitchen/lounge. Also available for exclusive hire – perfect for large get-togethers and occasions.
Open all year round, some seasonal variations – see website for details.
9am – 5pm Monday – Saturday. Open Sundays from 10 April.
95% accessible by wheelchair (lift, ramps, and disabled toilets)
Disabled parking is in the adjoining Brewery car park
Well behaved dogs welcome.
Long stay car parking in Sheep Street (follow the brown and white signs)