Primrose House is the perfect setting to learn a new craft, or for more experienced potters provides a decent holiday escape. The secluded cottage is 200 years old and provides all creature comforts for guests.

Any level of ability is welcomed on the courses which run for five full days and six nights. Each session is kept to a maximum of 5 people and guests will be under the guidance of ceramics sculptor Caroline Winn. Guests will be in good hands as Caroline has worked at the Tate and run pottery courses for the National Trust, schools and galleries.

Delicious food is provided and is freshly prepared using quality ingredients from local suppliers, including the well-known fish market in nearby Newlyn and a traditional butcher in Penzance.

Guests can be assured of a tranquil and relaxing holiday at Primrose Cottage which is set in a secluded 3-acres garden located in a moorland valley. Stunning walks are possible as the cottage is within walking distance of the cliffs and coves of the Penwith Peninsula.

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