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Whichford Pottery, Shipston on Stour
(4.3/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web)
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  • Back in the summer we enjoyed lunch at Whichford Pottery café. Eclectic mix of furniture and a very casual atmosphere mad for a very relaxed lunch. It is one of those places that has a 'Hippy Food Sme...  more »
  • Excellent breakfast in nice and different surroundings, highly recommend. Good coffee and excellent cooked breakfasts with great eggs 
  • The pottery has a wide selection of original works by local potters. Some are very expensive, but can be seen as works of art. The surroundings are calm, relaxing and there are plenty of interesting e...  more »
  • Good selection of hand made pots. Café also on site which is a bonus with tasty food. Bit on the pricey side but for that you do get well made food using good, fresh ingredients.
  • Wide range of lovely high quality pots, made on site - if somewhat expensive. Medium gift shop and small cafe two minutes walk away at The Straw Kitchen.
  • Enchanting setting fires creative wares, and a charming cafe hut with hippy dry loo (that's more affectation and constipation than conservation)
  • Great little place. Expensive pots that come with high quality. Large sizes too.
  • Very friendly family business who clearly put a huge amount of effort and love in each and every single pot they create. I enormously appreciate that every single pot is hand made, to clearly very strict quality control, yet giving it an individual touch. If you appreciate English hand made pottery, this is the place to go... There is also a great café with locally sourced food which is priced perfectly and offers a child friendly and relaxing environment.