Ye Olde Steppes in the Summer Sun!
Anyone for tea? We stock over 12 different types of loose leaf, locally sourced, fair trade tea. Come in and join us for a nice cup of tea and a slice of cake!
Established since 1777, Ye Olde Steppes is back open and welcoming to all!
Ye Olde Steppes re-opened its doors once again in January 2012 to a crowd of over 70 Pembridge residents, keen to have their village shop back.
Over the last 18 months the support for the village shop has grown with great reviews from tearoom users and increasing media interest. With
articles in the Leominster Journal, Hereford Times and Hereford Journal as well as BBC Breakfast news presenting their show from inside the shop, the old building has once again been bustling with both locals and visitors from near and far.
The people of Pembridge wanted a shop that provided convenience, great local produce, good quality and good value which we continue striving to deliver.
Our produce ranges include:
Swifts the Bakers - Fresh baked daily bread and Artisan loaves on Friday and Saturdays
Country Flavours Free Range Eggs
Marston Meats- Fantastic bacon and sausages
The Dairy House: Delicious local cheese and yoghurt made in Weobley
Suzanne's Veg - Locally sourced and home grown seasonal fruit and veg.
Bearwood Bees - Scrummy Honey from Dan and Suzanne's little honey bees less than 2 miles up the road!
Monkland Cheese - Delicious cheese made 5 minutes from Ye Olde Steppes.
Trumpers Tea - Claire's wonderful loose-leaf tea.
Minton Good Food - Local supplier of quality local produce
British Cassis - Made by Jo Hilditch and delivered by her Mum! The best Cassis we've ever tasted!!
Kirkstone Jewellery - Sarah lives in Pembridge and is inspired by working with glass to create stunning and affordable jewellery exclusive to Ye Olde Steppes
Herbfarmacy - Organic skincare products made on the Black and White trail!
We are proud members of Heart of England Fine Foods and we have developed good relationships with the local producers of the foods that we stock.
As well as stocking local produce we also keep many basic essentials to make sure you are never stuck short. If we don't have it in the shop, we'll do our best to find a product as quickly as possible.
Our vintage "Olde" style sweet shop with jars of goodies has been a real treat for after school. Why not stop for a quarter of lemon sherbets or some herbal tablets?
Our 1940's style tearooms provide a lovely space to drink tea from our bone china tea cups or enjoy a big slice of Gary's home-made Victoria Sponge. The space has also become a favourite for our local Pembridge Ladies social group, a nice spot to watch the world go buy from the raised views over the beautiful village.
Please pop in and say hello! We both look forward to seeing you very soon. Gary and Mark
Ye Olde Steppes in 1908 when owned by Chester & Sons. The appearance of the shop hasn't changed much since then.