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Baked Well Pottery Painting provides a relaxing yet inspired environment in the heart of the Peak District National Park where you can come and hand-paint your own ceramic item. Perfect for a holiday souvenir. Pottery painting is an ideal activity...more
Hours Today: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
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Kings Court King Street | King Street, Peak District National Park, Bakewell DE45 1DZ, England
Myself and my family visited today with the intent of buying numerous Mother's Day presents, whilst holidaying in the Peak District. I tried to ring ahead but it went straight to answerphone. On our arrival there was a note on the door saying 'gone for...More
Went today with my 3 year old. She painted an item and After we finished we left. At about 30 min she asked if we could scribble something else on it like her name she didn't do and other bits. So we returned and I...More
I booked in for a large group of 18 people for a Sunday morning - owners where super accommodating and when they realized we'd only be in area for 4 days she worked really hard and had all our pots ready to collect before we...More
We booked for 1pm and found the shop quite easily in Bakewell. Once there you are asked to choose what you'd like to paint. The kids went for a unicorn and a princess. We were given a table upstairs and then given helpful instructions.
We had a fabulous impromptu afternoon painting plates with our three year old. It was personal, relaxed and friendly with Carol, who went the extra mile to get the plate ready for our trip back south. Express your inner child and creative side and share...More
Highly recommend it, we could not think of anything at all that would make it better.
We really enjoyed our morning here. One is spoiled for choice for an item to paint. There were big items, small items, plates in different shapes, teapots, statues (dinosaurs,...More
I've been to a few 'paint a pot' places and have never come across an additional charge to use the paints etc!! But this place - not inexpensive to begin with for their items - adds a further £2 charge per person for 'the use...More