SatNav – OS: SJ946776, Postcode: SK10 5RP, ///albatross.slurping.grape
Open for takeaways Thursday – Sunday.
This is Hannah Goodwin’s (nee Barton) second Farm Made Tearooms, following on from her very popular Tearooms in Audlem!
Hannah said “I’m very excited to announce that Farm Made Tearooms has opened in Rainow, we look forward to welcoming you all! This is a sister Tearooms to my Tearooms based in Audlem, that I know lots of you have visited and I can’t wait to welcome you to our second Tearooms at home in Rainow. Please follow our Facebook page Farm Made for further information.”
Paddock Side, Oakenbank Lane, Rainow, Macclesfield, SK10 5RP
Thursday to Sunday 10.00 – 4.00
Award winning Teas and Coffees, Homemade Cakes, Freshly prepared Sandwiches and Toasties, Homemade Seasonal Soup, Daily Specials, Afternoon Teas, Cream Teas, and more …
Please note that we are a walkers and cyclists tearooms and have only a very small car park with further parking available on the lane side a short distance away.
The address may be Rainow but the road access is from Bollington! unless you are a walker or cyclist.
At the top (northeast) end of Bollington, by the roundabout, take Ingersley Road, pass the Poacher’s Inn, up Smithy Brow and turn right into Oakenbank Lane. From Pott Shrigley towards Bollington take the left fork into Spuley Lane, almost at the end fork left and immediately straight on into Oakenbank Lane. From Rainow, go towards Whaley Bridge and turn left down Blaze Hill. After a couple of miles, towards the bottom of the steep hill, turn sharp left into Oakenbank Lane. Farm Made Tearooms is around the left hand corner on the left!
Walkers will find a plethora of footpaths around the Bollington and Rainow area that lead past or close by the Tearooms. Just look for Oakenbank on your maps. Cyclists who use the old road from Rainow to Bollington and Pott Shrigley will ride right past the door!
The map below is slightly confusing. Farm Made Tearooms is located on Oakenbank Lane which is marked as a narrow lane to the left of the Tearooms. The wider looking lane to the right is actually a farm drive and not a public highway!