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There's always something worth seeing here and the craft pieces are well displayed. Reviewers commenting that the items are expensive unfortunately can make them sound as if they are not worth the money. This could not be further from the truth. A great deal of...More
I'm of the age where I see value for money but with a price tag of nearly £400 for something the size of a breakfast bowl by someone I've never heard of probably explains why nothing got sold in the time I was there. A...More
Thank Mike G
Devon G, Public Relations Manager at Devon Guild of Craftsmen, responded to this reviewResponded 12 September 2018
We strive to cater for wide audiences and the contemporary work in our shop and exhibitions is hand-made by accomplished leading makers. We do have some high value items but also sell many affordable items for a few pounds. All our exhibitions and the venue...More
We stopped off here briefly when travelling down from South Zeal to stay at Burgh Island. Lots of beautiful works, well displayed in a wonderful setting with very pleasant staff - needless to say, we did not come away emptying handed!
This is a favourite place to go with family and friends. The gallery changes frequently and introduces new artists and ideas. The staff are always friendly and knowledgeable. Visiting crafters/artists are inspiring and talk about their products and processes. The cafe never fails to impress....More
Yes, we have a disabled parking space in the car park area to the left side of our building. Go through the wide entrance we share with the old Riverside pub land, on the left side of Riverside Mill - and a spot is available... More
Yes, we have a disabled parking space in the car park area to the left side of our building. Go through the wide entrance we share with the old Riverside pub land, on the left side of Riverside Mill - and a spot is available by our long gallery wall. Then enter through the side gate into the courtyard, it is all level. If this is too far ring the bell at the fire entrance door which has a sloped path up to ti. All the interior of the building - the shop and gallery have wide spacing so you can also reach the disabled lift and go to the Terrace cafe that way. I hope that is helpful.