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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 main shop homity pie deck chairs great farm shop well worth a visit couple of hours gift ideas garden centre small museum cakes nice place to visit hot food shopping experience pot of tea school holidays pork pie nice cafe
Visited with my daughter and grandchild. We had lunch which was mediocre to say the least and cost £18. There was a swing roundabout costing £2 and seemed to be over in a couple of minutes. There was a crazy golf course smaller than the...More
The homity pie was a tasteless mush! Barely warm and no sign of any other veg than Potato! It should be a golden opportunity to create a tasty vegetarian dish so what happened to the inspiration on this occasion! Warning, vegetarians, give this a miss!
First ever visit here all the way from Scotland and it was worth every mile.
The cafe serves amazing hot and cold foods, great choice of beverages too.
The pottery is to die for. Might be considered expensive but its hand crafted and worth every...More
This is a great place to spend a couple of hours. There are several shops and a very pleasant cafe which you can pop in for lunch or a cuppa, they serve hot and cold food which is usually quite good. One of the things...More
We had arranged a visit for about 60 people including about 30 French. We were split into three groups to do the craft visit which is on Fridays. Each group had a demonstration on hand painting a plate, throwing a tea pot a short talks...More
We visited 2nd June 2018 and spent a fortune saving money by purchasing sub standard goods 🙄🙄 anyway a great afternoon buying pans, mugs and cake stands. Polished off with a visit to the lovely cafe / restaurant and had a mix of hot food...More
This is not a 'farm shop' in the true sense. A good range of nice looking products and I'm sure very tasty, but a lot of the meat is imported - you have to look closely at the label or ask. Some labels with the...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.