Log cabin
Log cabin

Luxury log cabin in secluded spot overlooking the garden. Driftwood queen bed, kitchen/diner, lounging area with log-burner and satellite TV, shower room and secret outdoor bath.

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Sitting Room & Conservatory
Sitting Room & Conservatory

Pottery courses in Cornwall large, sunlit lounge – with sweeping views over the garden to the surrounding moors and woods - has a large log fire and plenty of room for everyone to relax, read or chat.

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Single bedroom upstairs
Single bedroom upstairs

Cozy single bedroom upstairs in main part of the house, with sweeping views over the garden, luxury mattress and shared use of downstairs bathroom.

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Log cabin
Log cabin

Luxury log cabin in secluded spot overlooking the garden. Driftwood queen bed, kitchen/diner, lounging area with log-burner and satellite TV, shower room and secret outdoor bath.

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THE HOUSE

 

Primrose Cottage is a 200-year-old traditional, granite-built Cornish house. The main house was originally built for the Mine Captain of the nearby Ding Dong tin mine, one of the most important in 18th and 19th century Cornwall.

 

Recently we have added a large modern kitchen, new bathrooms and a purpose-built pottery studio overlooking the garden. All our bedrooms are very comfortable, with fresh crisply laundered linens and antique furniture (click picture opposite for more photos). We have three double bedrooms, one twin room and one single, as well as a self-contained log cabin (details here) overlooking the garden. We would be pleased to accommodate your partner or spouse (at a reduced price) whether or not they want to join the course.

Primrose Cottage
Primrose Cottage

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Garden scene
Garden scene

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Caroline Winn Installation in Garden
Caroline Winn Installation in Garden

Caroline Winn ceramic artworks on display in garden installation in Cornwall

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Primrose Cottage
Primrose Cottage

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THE GARDEN
 

The house faces south over a lovely, secluded three-acre garden, which is a haven for birds and other wildlife. 

 

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"Good food and relaxation in a comfortable house and delightfully peaceful garden." 

 

/ Heather Gibson, Hertfordshire

Pottery course in Cornwall includes locally sourced meals.
Included in the price of the course is breakfast, lunch and a three course dinner (including wine) for each of the six nights.
 
All meals are freshly prepared in the house and use the best ingredients from local suppliers, including the famous fish market in nearby Newlyn and the traditional butcher in Penzance. We are happy to cater for those with special requirements.