The Joinery at The Grove features an old world approach to crafting fine, bench-made period furniture. Located in a barn constructed around a one-room house built in the mid-1800s, most of the tools used here are hand tools. Power tools serve only as a convenient back up. Denley, the head joiner, prefers 18th Century styles, but being at The Grove he has expanded his appreciation to include Victorian.
The Joinery at The Grove also has several active apprentices learning to make furniture and architectural wood work. Guests are welcome to visit The Joinery to watch this active furniture making enterprise.
If you would like some time in The Joinery taking a lesson, please indicate that when you make a reservation.