The Wishing Well

The Wishing Well


0.5 miles
161 Church Street, Upwey, DT3 5QE

One of Dorset’s best-kept secrets, The Wishing Well is a tranquil haven located in the pretty village of Upwey. Work up an appetite ambling through the serene water gardens, or pick a quiet spot to settle down and enjoy the beautiful surrounds. When you’re feeling peckish, wander down to the tearoom for a delicious brunch, which is served until noon, or lunch. When the weather is fair, you can dine al fresco in the sunny garden. Everything is prepared from scratch each day and, alongside fresh seafood and locally sourced meat dishes, guests can choose from a wealth of vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free delights.

On Sunday the choice extends to include a sumptuous roast, but be sure to leave room for pudding – tuck into the likes of raspberry Bakewell tart, and delectable apple and mixed berry crumble, which is topped with piping hot custard and a sprinkling of cinnamon. For a really indulgent treat, guests can also enjoy afternoon tea, which is served from 3pm and features a choice of scones, cake, quiche and tarts. Both the tearoom and ornamental water gardens are dog-friendly, making this the perfect spot for a day out with all the family. Don’t forget to round off your visit with a trip to the wishing well itself, and follow in the footsteps of the high society figures who historically enjoyed the waters. This delightful venue is the ideal setting for garden parties, weddings and family celebrations – get in touch with the team to discuss your requirements.

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