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Called in on our way to the car park, really glad we did, they have some lovely items for sale and the workmanship excellent.
Prices are high but we still bought a couple of things, as they are unique.
Staff were very friendly and knowledgeable
Went here for a post walk coffee and really glad we did. The whole building is full of wonderful arts and crafts of really nice quality. You walk through most of this to get to the coffee shop. Our drink is cappuccino but with decaf...More
As a woodturner, I can't pass by the door without going in. I never fail to be inspired by some of the work which I would love to emulate. I also love the furniture, which is also to a very high standard, I just wish...More
Located in Abbotsbury, the Gallery is well worth a visit, especially on a day when the weather is inclement. There is a lot to see and the original crafts are quite amazing, but the prices are, for most people, very expensive. However, if you are...More
We were really impressed by the talent of the people who had created the objects in this gallery. The staff were very friendly and there were lots of beautiful and unusual things that, funds permitting, we would have happily bought, Well worth a visit.
We wondered into the gallery whilst exploring the village. It is simply full of amazing items from local artisans and we spent a good 20-30 minutes look at the diverse range of items for sale.
Date of experience: July 2018
Danielle H, Owner at Dansel Gallery, responded to this reviewResponded August 1, 2018
Many thanks for your review, glad you enjoyed your visit
Ive been coming to Dansel for over 30 years and it never disappoints. Beautiful work shown in delightful surroundings and run by knowlegable staff. There is work at different price points so its possible to go home with a unique hand crafted piece from Dansel...More
We stopped off here whilst walking the South West Coast Path - Abbotsbury Castle route (also found on TripAdvisor).
It's quite a fascinating place, bigger than you might expect (particularly when you approach from outside) and crammed full of a huge variety of bits and...More