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Chessell Pottery Barns

Chessell Pottery Barns Brook Road, Brook PO41 0UE, England
+44 1983 531248
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Scone-tastic

Possibly the BEST cream tea and scones i have ever had, service with a smile, a great selection of... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Tad Z
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Possibly the best cream tea on the island

Visited here on the way back from The Needles. Really lovely staff! Homemade scones were amazing. I... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Pazzerino
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Rochester, United Kingdom
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Chessell Pottery Barns is a family owned working pottery in the heart of the West Wight countryside - this complex of converted barns consists of a Studio where all ages can paint their own pottery, a beautiful Gift Barn selling Chessell Ware(our own pottery made onsite) as well as the largest range of Emma Bridgewater Pottery on the Island, plus a great selection of toys, gifts and home made preserves. There is also a Cafe , where chef Bridget Wells prepares simple, light lunches from fresh local ingredients, as well as an array of home baked cakes and an award winning Cream Tea featuring our own home made strawberry jam, and served on the pottery's own pretty Strawberry Ware pottery in the relaxing courtyard garden. The Chessell Cafe also serves light lunches, full Afternoon Teas on a 3-tier stand, and is now licensed to sell wines and local Ales. There is a spacious four star holiday cottage onsite which sleeps 7, so why not stay at the pottery, enjoy a cream tea on arrival and have a go at painting your own pottery during your stay!
  • Excellent54%
  • Very good27%
  • Average10%
  • Poor6%
  • Terrible3%
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Chessell Pottery Barns Brook Road, Brook PO41 0UE, England
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+44 1983 531248
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Possibly the BEST cream tea and scones i have ever had, service with a smile, a great selection of cakes to tempt even the fussiest of eaters and wonderful hot tea to help re-invigorate for the rest of the days activities!! Simply wonderful!

Thank Tad Z
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Visited here on the way back from The Needles. Really lovely staff! Homemade scones were amazing. I had a traditional fruit, plus a chocolate and cherry special in my two scone option. Homemade Strawberry Jam and big scoops of clotted cream, made this a feast...More

Thank Pazzerino
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

after a wonderful lunch in Shanklin we decided to head West towards the Needles for a cream tea at the CPB. its been a few years since we've been but as always the quality of the food and beautiful garden was first rate. At £7.50...More

Thank LukeCowesTannersBrook
Reviewed 8 June 2017

Grandchildren wanted to do the pottery, and they had a ball. Enjoyed it very much. Great coffee shop and "previous day's scones" at 50p each are a bargain - freeze beautifully! One word of warning - make sure you go early in your stay, to...More

Thank JohnH0406
Reviewed 15 May 2017

literally the best place to visit on a summers day, tea and scones to die for outside in the garden. great homemade food, pottery is a bit expensive but you can spend all day there easily. great job , love this place

Thank Hannah F
Reviewed 5 November 2016

The cafe was busy but we found a table outside and enjoyed a delicious frittata and lunch box style salad. The service was friendly though not exceptional

1  Thank Kezziahk
Reviewed 27 October 2016

This is a really good place to visit. I went with my 6 year old granddaughter. She chose a squirrel to paint. The staff were so helpful in explaining how to paint the pottery which was so helpful. My granddaughter said it was much more...More

Thank Teresa H
Reviewed 2 October 2016

Decided to take visiting friends to have an "arty" afternoon at Chessell. A very sweet young lady (Charlotte) was helpful and explained the process to us and was on hand for any assistance or questions we had. We were a little nervous to begin with...More

3  Thank Raine-IOW
Reviewed 1 October 2016

Good facilities and choice of pieces to decorate. Woman who showed us what to do was rather giggly and not very clear. A bit expensive for what you get but enjoyable all the same. Torn around time to collect pieces was good. The shop was...More

Thank StanleyGBeds
Reviewed 24 September 2016

This was one of the best cream teas I've had, Scones were scrumptious as was the home made jam and clotted cream. The staff were great too,

Thank k2r2016
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emeraldgreen96
28 March 2017|
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Response from Louise C | Property representative |
Hello there, yes we are opening on Saturday 27th May this season. See you then! Kind regards, Louise.
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532ann
11 August 2016|
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Response from Louise C | Property representative |
Hello there. Yes it is possible, you can phone to arrange payment in the shop on 01983 531248 and we supply an afternoon tea voucher by post. We look forward to hosting your friends! Kind regards, Louise Collins (note we... More
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bev b
27 June 2015|
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Response from triciac890 | Reviewed this property |
From Newport bus station take bus out towards Freshwater. Think it may be no.7 ? But bus station will tell you.
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