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We came in here on the morning that we were to return home, for a look around the shop and... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
tillyc_13
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Manchester, United Kingdom
Great local art.

This pottery come art and craft centre combined with a cafe is inside an old chaple. So already it... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Karen W
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All of our pieces of pottery are handmade to the highest standards and we take pride in the high quality of our work. Precious metal lustres and gold are applied and each piece has at least three firings in both our electric and gas-fired kilns. The...more
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Roscarrock Hill, Port Isaac PL29 3RG, England
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All reviews methodist chapel for sale cream tea cake scones morning coffee tea room craft items doc martin local art fish finger sandwich wandering around craft centre caught my eye lovely setting serves delicious certainly worth a visit
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We came in here on the morning that we were to return home, for a look around the shop and something for breakfast. As we were out of our apartment by 10am, we were in here by 10.15am. We sat down and ordered our breakfasts...More

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

This pottery come art and craft centre combined with a cafe is inside an old chaple. So already it has a quirky feel to it. You set to have a coffee and somethi g to eat where the pews were, or go upstairs and see...More

Thank Karen W
Reviewed August 28, 2018

Mostly this place seemed to sell a range of very unique lamps with shades....a very large range of lamps with shades! The photography was good to be fair and some of the other items. I do wonder if the owners know that root candles are...More

Thank Paul F
Barbara H, Owner at Port Isaac Pottery, responded to this reviewResponded August 30, 2018

Thank you for your comments, we do welcome our customers' feedback. This would seem to be a very good opportunity to say a bit more about our background story here, ........we started out as a pottery in Gloucestershire 40 years ago. (Sounds incredible when I...More

Reviewed July 26, 2018

I think my title sums it up! I had no idea a fishfinger sandwich could be so tasty, we were very impressed! Also, lovely selection of crafts and gifts in the historic building.

Thank Georgi984
Reviewed July 25, 2018

We were attracted to this place by the café as we were ready for lunch but once we had finished eating we spent some time browsing the shop and found some interesting local craft items, particularly pottery, pictures, jewellery and clothing. The shop is set...More

Thank manswa
Reviewed June 24, 2018

Went in to buy a lamp we had seen previously and as the coffee part was almost empty decided to have a coffee first. Ten minutes later and despite three people standing behind the counter we left without being served. We also passed on purchasing...More

Thank Ray B
Barbara H, Owner at Port Isaac Pottery, responded to this reviewResponded June 25, 2018

Thank you for drawing this to our attention.We aim to give warm, welcoming and efficient service and I'm very sorry we let you down on this occasion. I can only apologise and hope it won't put you off coming to see us again.

Reviewed May 28, 2018

We stopped for morning coffee, and discovered this place on our way to Doc Martin's house. Definitely not dissappointed. The coffee was the best we had tasted in a long time, and we also had the savoury cream tea. An excellent choice. There was a...More

Thank Megan M
Reviewed May 20, 2018

We had a walk around the village there was a film crew in the village but it was not for Doc Martin they were filming a fishermen choir that have released a record and shortly to become a film We called into the Port Isaac...More

Thank keith c
Reviewed May 9, 2018 via mobile

A great place to visit with an extensive display of pottery, at prices to suit all pockets. It’s a former chapel , with about two thirds, including the gallery , used to display the beautiful pottery and other goods for sale. The other third is...More

Thank Chasingdreamscape
Reviewed April 27, 2018 via mobile

Beautiful place to stop for coffee while wandering around gorgeous Port Isaac. Staff are super friendly, coffee & big pot of tea were lovely. Will return when we’re next back. X

Thank Clare M
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