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Antiques Shops in Wendover

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Antiques at Wendover

The Old Post Office
25 High Street
HP22 6DU
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We are a datelined Antiques Centre situated in the heart of the Chiltern Hills, close to the Prime Minister's country residence of Chequers, displaying a wide selection of Town and Country antiques. Our lovely old mellow Tudor building has a wealth of features including 16th Century wall paintings, a spiral servants' staircase, inglenook fireplaces, and a resident ghost!!

Warmed with a "hug" from a welcoming log fire visitors wander through 8 rooms over 2 floors admiring an eclectic mix of furniture, pictures, ceramics, metalware, silver & gold, clocks, militaria, jewellery, textiles, gardenalia and much much more - in fact it's easier to list the things we don't have rather than those we do!!

Other shops in Wendover

Military Gallery (Art)

Eileens (Florists)

Kings Farm Shop (Farm)

Number One (Gifts)

Indulgence (Hair & Beauty)

Rumseys Chocolaterie (Food & Drink)

Julian Hairdressers (Hair & Beauty)

Maidenhead Aquatics (Pets)

Holmbury Antiques (Antiques)

Flower Gallery (Florists)

Wendover Bookshop (Books CDs and Games)

The Big Fat Olive (Food & Drink)

Beauty Within (Hair & Beauty)

Agora (Gifts)

Hale Valley Vineyard (Food & Drink)

Crosscuts Barbers (Hair & Beauty)

Lloyds Pharmacy Ltd (Chemists)

A Little Bird Told Me Gallery (Art)

Sally Turner Antiques (Antiques)

Aces High Aviation Gallery (Art)

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