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Review of Farmhouse Pottery

Farmhouse Pottery
Ranked #7 of 15 things to do in Orangeville
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Recommended length of visit: <1 hour
Reviewed 25 October 2017

Right off Hockley Valley Road, It's a nice spot to stop by, where you can browse or buy some beautiful handmade potteries, have a coffee or tea with friends, or get a piece of pie or butter tarts. The patio outside overlooks the trees and a small creek in the valley behind. Autumn sun leaches through the golden leaves and cuddles you warm. Treat yourself, stop by, and enjoy.

Thank Hawk C
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Reviewed 22 August 2017 via mobile

If you are looking for high quality pottery this is the right place !
Now offering home made pies on the terrace as well ....

Thank 473claird
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Reviewed 18 August 2017

Beautiful pieces. Enjoyed looking around and seeing pottery. Friend bought 2 coffee mugs. Hockley Road is a nice scenic road especially in the fall.

Thank pat and bill M
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Reviewed 23 May 2017

I'm a baker of pies and I think I'd almost prefer the pies sold at Farmhouse Pottery to my own. They are baked by the mayor of the Town of Mono. Great coffee and you get to enjoy it while wandering around Al Pace's pottery store and looking out over the Nottawasaga River. It's a great combo and located very close to the to the access point for Loops 20 and 21 in my guide Caledon Hikes: Loops & Lattes.

Thank Nicola R
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Reviewed 22 May 2017 via mobile

We discovered Farmhouse Pottery by accident. A favourite photographer, Rob Stimpson, was speaking on Antarctica and we decided to attend. We are so glad we did. The place is a beautiful setting for talks on the outdoors. There is some wonderful pottery and the pie after the lecture was warm and fantastic. Can't beat the coffee either. We enjoyed ourselves so much we returned a few weeks later for the final lecture of the season by Nicola Ross, a local writer and avid hiker. We also purchased a pottery canoe for our daughter, which is a very unique piece. Perhaps the best part about the place is the owner Al Pace. He is very welcoming and is eager to share a story or two. This place is a gem and worth the visit. They also run a canoe expedition company that offers trips in the Yukon and Northwest Territories that has piqued my interest as well.

Thank Jeff S
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