They are currently having a 20% sale this month and the shop is bursting with beautiful furniture, antique linens and French enamelware.
I picked up a little enamel jug, some pieces of old French white china and two big galvanised planters for my blueberry bushes (which have outgrown their old tin bath!)
Simon, who was manning the shop yesterday, told me that they were off to France on Monday for a buying trip! Browsing the French vide greniers sounds like an excellent way to spend a couple of days - I'm quite envious! Visiting Rosehip always makes me wish I had a little Suffolk hideaway that I could furnish entirely from their shop! But until I win the lottery, I will have to make do with my occasional fix!
Afterwards, we went for a walk around the pretty village of Long Melford, past sweet cottages and the imposing Tudor structure of Kentwell Hall. As the setting sun began to turn the Suffolk pink painted cottages and brick houses golden we got back in the car to head up back to London. The perfect end to a lovely Suffolk Saturday.