Stained Glass Gallery

Stained Glass Gallery


Visit Us

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Why not come and visit us at the Stained Glass Centre?

If you have enjoyed looking at our website and would like to see more, why not come for a visit?

We are open daily from 10-5 (except Christmas and New Year)

Our new workshop and classroom are now open and operational.

We have ample parking and disabled access

We give group talks and demonstrations. Please ring or email us for further details.

So where are we?

We are situated just off the B1261 Between the villages of Cayton and Lebberston.

The Exhibiton of Stained Glass

Here we chart the history of the art and craft from mediaeval times to the present day.

The stages in making a window are explained and you can watch the DVD showing lampshades and windows been made by Valerie and her team.

The showroom

In our showroom you will find a large selection of our items for sale.

From Tiffany lamps and mirrors to smaller gift items such as window hangings, candle holders, hand mirrors and little keep sake boxes.

If you would like to order your own Stained Glass window, ask Rebecca or Paul (also family members) they will be on hand to discuss your design requirements and when the time is right, help you choose your coloured glass.

Studio

Emma is the hot glass expert in the family. You can often find her in the Exhibition room, busy making glass items for the showroom.

 

The new exhibition room and teaching area have are ready so we can offer more talks, demonstrations and courses

 

Tea room and Garden

To round off your visit to the Stained Glass Centre why not sit back and relax in the picturesque surroundings of our garden tea room, listen to the gentle sounds of the waterfall whilst sampling our delicious home baking and light refreshments.

Too hot for you out here?

Then you're welcome to sit and enjoy the view and the cakes in the conservatory .

Did you enjoy your visit?

Why not come and stay with us!

Click here for more information about our Bed and Breakfast accommodation.

 

The beautiful secluded beach at Cayton Bay is only one and a half miles away. It is an untouched part of the coast and is protected by the National Parks.

Other useful links

Stained Glass Centre, Killerby Lane, Cayton,
Scarborough, North Yorkshire, YO11 3TP
Tel: (01723) 581236

email: val@stainedglasscentre.co.uk