Edinbane PotteryCurrently Closed
- Address: Edinbane, Portree, Highland IV51 9PW, United Kingdom
- Timings: 09:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
- Phone: +44-1470582234
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Tourist Center, Family And Kids
Edinbane Pottery - Review
Edinbane Pottery is specialist in wood fired and salt glazed pottery. They have unique range of pottery. They also have handmade ceramics and pots at the venue.
Live handcrafting of pots can be enjoyed by the visitors. Attractive wares are available for sale in Edinbane pottery. A tourist spot you can’t not skip while you’re in Portree.
Edinbane Pottery Information
- Products can be purchased from the venue.
How To reach Edinbane Pottery by Public Transport
- By bus no. 56
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Things to Know Before Visiting Edinbane Pottery
95% of people who visit Portree include Edinbane Pottery in their plan
11 AM - 12 PM
38.57% of people start their Edinbane Pottery visit around 11 AM - 12 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Edinbane Pottery
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Edinbane Pottery
Edinbane Pottery Trips
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Edinbane Pottery, Portree Reviews
This is a fascinating pottery to visit, with real craftsmen using traditional methods to make beautiful pottery. I can't understand the reviews saying they found the owners unfriendly - when I went, I asked the owner about his methods, and he was kind enough to give me an impromptu tour of his workshop and kilns, tell me about a fire they'd had a few years ago and the work they were doing to come back from it, discuss their glazing methods, etc. Perhaps people are making the mistake of assuming that the place is a regular shop and that the owner is a salesman - he isn't, it's a workshop, and he's a craftsman. When you walk in, he's usually busy making pottery, and doesn't immediately leap up to greet you - but if you speak to him, ask him about his work or discuss an item with him, you will find him enthusiastic and helpful. The goods are not expensive for what they are - entirely hand crafted, traditional pottery. A wonderful place, if you are interested in pottery you must visit it when on Skye.
I highly appreciate hand made, all the shop is mugs and utensils made by craftsman.. nice design like a drawing on the utensils, it’s very beautiful! Traditional and wonderful pottery to visit it in Isle of Skye.
Most of the pottery on sale is for household use. Some of the finishes are very beautiful.
Quiet little place lovely pottery
Not even a hello just looked through us. Not an enjoyable experience. But the complete opposit from the Edinbane Hotel fabulous meals and very warm welcome.