Lamorna Pottery is a small friendly business run by Ozzie and Andrea Rego and situated in the Lamorna Valley, often referred to as the 'Valley of Flowers'.
Quiet bed and breakfast accommodation with wonderful scenery, birds and wildlife, Lamorna Pottery is close to the Merry Maidens stone circle, Minack Theatre, St Michael's Mount and Land's End.
Enjoy a woodland walk to Lamorna Cove where you can join the coastal footpath to discover beautiful beaches and rocky coves.
The pottery was established in 1948 by Chris Ludlow and Derek Whitshaw in what was a former Milk Factory.
Today the pottery is well known for its wide range of colourful glazed pottery, in the colours which reflect the surrounding landscape - blues, browns and greens.
The former owner, Bermudian born Ozzie Rego, developed the Garden Restaurant, where you can enjoy specialities such as Bermuda Fish Chowder or award winning Cream Teas.
You can relax in the garden surrounded by woodland or in the large conservatory.
The accommodation comprises twin or double rooms.
Family Room available (En-suite, sleeps 4, outlook onto patio & woods.)
All rooms have tea and coffee making facilities.
Vegetarian diets are catered for.
From £45 per room per night includes breakfast
How to find us
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Situated on the B3315 from Penzance to Lamorna, about 1.5 miles from the harbour town of Newlyn and only 2.5 miles inland from the picturesque fishing village of Mousehole, famous for its Christmas lights.
Lamorna Pottery, near Penzance
Lamorna Pottery, near Penzance - Guest accommodation