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Port Isaac Pottery, Port Isaac
(4.3/5 based on 120 reviews on the web)
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  • This shop was once a Methodist chapel. The Chapel Cafe is located at one end of the "sanctuary" with the rest of the area including the balcony being the shop. Many lovely items for sale that include ...  more »
  • Good selection of items to suit all budgets. Some lovely pieces, shame we haven't got a house big enough to to them credit. Relaxed atmosphere without pressure to buy. Well worth a visit for a holiday...  more »
  • Typical Cornish pottery, very nice but equally Overpriced. Definitely not value for money. Just because Port Isaac is popular with tourists it is not a license to overcharge. 
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  • What a gem! We discovered this cafe walking through Port Isaac to get to the cliffs. The building is bright and airy with a mezzanine running around the top, leaving most of the building open for two storeys. They sell exquisite jewellery, scarves, clothes, pottery, and nick nacks for the home and it's all arranged to be visible from the cafe on the ground floor. The food and drink were delicious. Music from a local band playing really added to the experience, leaving us with an impression of a warm, bright, and friendly place. Well worth a visit.
  • Great food. I had the ploughman's. The wife had quiche. Both were excellent. Not many tables ( it's an old church converted into a cafe and craft like gift shop) so you may have a 15 minute wait.
  • What a lovely place for a drink and bite to eat! We popped in here for a snack while in the area and were delighted to find a wonderfully airy ex-chapel turned in to a cafe cum gallery. The staff are excellent and the locally sourced cheese and ham sandwich was absolutely delicious. The arty-crafty stuff wasn't really our bag but there were plenty of people in there buying bits and bobs. If you're doing the Doc Martin trail then I highly recommend this place for a bite!