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Chessell Pottery is now under new management, recently taken over by Mark & Anna (May 2018) who have undertaken an exciting new refurbishment to the buildings, we wish them all the best with their new venture. The business will operate as Chessell...more
Chessell Pottery Barns Brook Road, Brook PO41 0UE, England
All reviews cream tea scones rainy day cake indoor activity great tea isle of wight worth a trip lovely afternoon gift shop staff were very helpful couple of hours emma bridgewater teas teapot children chutney
I grew up in a tea gardens, so I think I know a thing or two about cream teas! This is a great cream tea, served by friendly helpful staff in a lovely location.
The converted pottery building, despite the high ceiling, is cozy and...More
My daughter wanted to paint some pottery. Great selection of items to paint, reasonable prices and staff so helpful. We were a little slow in finishing and even though they were shut they never asked us to hurry up. A little sad they didn't post...More
Coffee is good and has drawings showing the different types but the hot chocolate is the drink to have with the best flapjack ever. All the food looked good so next time will cycle there to try the brunch. Relaxed setting and a good rack...More
Great place to visit on hols for food but we were confused as we expected to see lots of pottery. Most of the shop was taken over by usual tourist souvenir items. The pottery element was a paint your own. Food however was excellent. Best...More
We didn't realise this place had reopened and as we were out Freshwater way and noticed the sign, we were keen to visit.
We like what they've done. It's like a barn inside and the wooden roof is gorgeous. The vibe is homely and folksy...More
Quite possibly the biggest cream tea I have ever seen. Worth every penny. Lovely surroundings and as it was a beautiful sunny day we were able to sit outside.
Quiet when we arrived but most tables taken when we left.
Lovely place to visit. Highly...More
Very much off the beaten track, this small cafe is a hidden gem. Staff were smiley-friendly and offered table service eating in or out.
I thought the Savory Tea was a nice twist on a Cream Tea, a bit between a ploughman's and a cream...More
This was our first visit this year, and we were very disappointed .
I had a cream tea, with very under par jam , no fruit in it no flavour to it.
Hubby had something from the ' specials ', which consisted of two slices...More
Noting the new management, I suggest just calling it Chessell cafe as there is little in relation to pottery, but hopefully that will change. The building layout has been switched around, with the pottery area in effect becoming the cafe. The staff are friendly and...More
Response from V1447OCheatherg | Reviewed this property |
Hi there - I think Chessell Pottery is closed in January but not sure. It is usually about a week between firings. They can post though. 01983 531248 is their number to find out. You could try fired art in Ryde instead... More
Hi there - I think Chessell Pottery is closed in January but not sure. It is usually about a week between firings. They can post though. 01983 531248 is their number to find out. You could try fired art in Ryde instead (High Street). They have a reasonable cafe next door as well as pottery activity (Chessell is better for cream teas though!). Their number is 01983 614455 to check the times. I haven't been for a couple of years, but are usually open all year round. Hope that helps