BED & BREAKFAST
'The Lamorna Pottery' was first started by Ella Naper and Kate Westrup in 1919 and continued in production until 1935. In 1947 Christopher (Jimmy) Ludlow and Derek Wilshaw began production of Lamorna Pottery on it's current site, an old milk factory. They were assisted by Bernard Leach and Ella Naper (who gave them her potter's wheel).
In the 1970s the pottery was developed by Peter and Shirley Brown who added the Café and developed the blue and brown pottery we still produce. In the 1990s Osmond Rego opened the Bed and Breakfast and brought a Caribbean flavour to the café.
The current owners Jeremy and Munir, have brought the pottery production back to the main building and offer Pottery Experience sessions so that customers can produce their own artworks. Munir has added Bangladeshi Curries to the menu and as well as his own home-made Soups and Bread. We continue to offer all the old favourites including our famous award winning Cream Teas!
Our take-away cafe has outside seating available in the garden and a limited number of socially distanced tables in our conservatory for rainy days, we do not reserve tables.
On Friday and Saturday evenings we have take away curries available please call to place your order before 5pm.