Port Isaac Pottery and Chapel Café
Location: Port Isaac
Set within the Port Isaac harbour, the former Roscarrock Methodist Chapel is now home to a pottery workshop where the Hawkins family make their unique, one-off pieces. The chapel building retains many of its original 19th-century features, with sweeping views over the historic fishing village. The showroom is open all year and since the studio don't ship their ceramics, you’ll have to make the sojourn in person – well worth the pilgrimage, we’d argue.
Owners Ann Morgan and Tony Holmes with their daughters Martha, Ella and Clara, established Cornish art and design gallery Morgans in November 2019 with the purchase of a five-storey building in the centre of Falmouth. Since then, the building has undergone a complete overhaul – with Tony enlisting local craftspeople for the renovation – and now has three floors of dedicated studios for artists and makers, in addition to the main exhibition space.