This place has some beautiful pottery. I just loved the colourful plant pots and had made tiles. They also have a children's play area and a nice wee cafe. They also do a free tour every morning at I think 11.30.
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I won't say it's a worthwhile visit. But with only an hour or two without any plans, Morris & James Handmade Pottery will definitely be a good place to go to in this area. If the time is right, a guided tour might even be...More
As we are from the South Island this was a first visit. Loved the variety and bright colours. Can see why it's a popular place to visit. We didn't eat here but the cafe looked very inviting. I would recommend this to anyone driving in...More
I love this place and this was my third visit - deliberately went this time so I could go on the factory tour. Lovely set up and very nice coffee shop. Great pottery and my friend spend some serious money on Ian's lovely houses. Would...More
We enjoyed the displays, products, creative, and the generosity of the owner to allow visitors to get into the insightful site. Food at cafe was awesome from light to fine dining was fabulous. Thanks for the hospitality offered.
Called in to have lunch after looking through the shop full of beautiful pieces of pottery.Well worth a look at. Lunch was nice, light and fresh and lovely young staff members. Had a seat under the vines out of the full sun, superb way to...More