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The Denby Pottery Visitor Centre lies on the edge of the Peak District next to our original factory where we have been producing handmade stoneware for over 200 years. Find a great selection of shops and have a bite to eat at Bourne’s Restaurant...more
All reviews craft room homity pie main shop great farm shop gift ideas couple of hours deck chairs well worth a visit christmas market cakes garden centre small museum nice place to visit shopping experience hot food pot of tea school holidays
I went to the Christmas shop with my parents , I did expect it to be bigger than it was , it was nice the staff were nice too but the items were over priced .
I apologise to say this but I would not...More
The pottery and outlet.
A very nice place to visit. The food hall has excellent food stuffs a well stocked larder and exciting pots of jams and hams sausages and all kinds of fine meats. A little on the pricey side but well worth it...More
We had booked the vip £15 deal for a day at Denby Christmas markets. It was well worth the money!
Prosecco, tea/coffee cake on arrival in a separate lounge area in the factory. We got 10% off in all shops there too. The goody bag...More
We thoroughly enjoyed our 'mum and daughter' day at Denby Pottery and really enjoyed the factory tour thanks to our tour guide 'Maria'. The tour is great value for money, you get to make a little Denby frog to take home and have a go...More
We called in on our way back from a weekend break. Whilst we didn't do the tour (having done it a few years ago) we did visit all of the shops and use the restaurant.
Frankly we were very disappointed.
The prices in both the...More
We thoroughly enjoyed our afternoon at Denby Pottery. The factory tour was extremely interesting and our Guide, Maria, was extremely knowledgeable and friendly and amazingly patient with my husband and his constant questions. This tour is in a working factory and you do need to...More
I have recently spent a very pleasant morning at Denby Pottery Village. There were several forthcoming events advertised for the run up to Christmas, but the morning I visited was just an average day in terms of attractions. Having said that there was plenty to...More
It is always a nice stop off to visit Denby and sometimes an opportunity to pick up a bargain in the shop or factory shop. There is a nice cafe with a hot counter and a large range of cakes and other shopping too. Discounts...More
No, and this has become a sadly missed feature of the Denby arena. The whole cookshop has been redesigned, with a superb butchers taking up a great deal of space, gift shops squeezed up to the other end and cookshop itself... More
No, and this has become a sadly missed feature of the Denby arena. The whole cookshop has been redesigned, with a superb butchers taking up a great deal of space, gift shops squeezed up to the other end and cookshop itself moved into the pottery side of events.
Many people have missed this aspect. I do hope that it is something that will return at some point in the future.