We believe that our Yurt is pretty special, and like to think that our guests feel the same. We often get questions about our Yurt, and the history of Yurts in general, so we thought it was about time we finally get the facts sorted and show you why it is truly a café with character.
If you didn’t know already, we are incredibly proud of our Yurt food and drink, but we can’t take all the credit. Like all amazing things, it is the elements that combine to make the finished product that are so important. For us, this is our amazing suppliers.
The Yurt at Nicholson’s is truly a unique and special place to come visit. We have previously told you 5 things worth knowing about the Yurt, along with the process of how our very special hot chocolates are made.
Here at Rosara, the family-run outdoor lifestyle company based at Nicholsons, we believe that when we make our outdoor space more beautiful, we will want to spend more time in our garden.
So following on from our Q&A with Rob, we thought it time to jump across to speak with some of our team members over in the Plant Centre. We decided to have a sit down and chat with Jess Latham-Warde our Rosara manager.
Here at the Yurt we are always trying different designs and layouts. We really try to make the most of our unique space. One of our recent additions is the reading corner, where you can sip on a delicious hot drink while enjoying a good read. However, like most things within Nicholson’s, this library isn’t just here to offer some light reading, but to support a charity held close to our hearts.
Oliver Ong is in charge of our Marketing and Websites. As the only person in this department, Oli is the brain and beating heart behind all of our online and offline marketing for Nicholsons, Rosara and The Yurt. Currently studying business part
Liz is passionate about our customers and is very happy to see people wandering through the plants and sitting on the new range of furniture in their relaxed journey to the Yurt for coffee.
Niel is awesome (written by Liz!). He is the man behind the dream… topiary from Germany, furniture designed in North Aston and manufactured in Indonesia, a Yurt from Devon…