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The Blackheath Pottery

112 Killeague Road, Blackhill, Coleraine, County Londonderry, BT51 4HH
Blackheath Pottery
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The Blackheath Pottery is a unique pottery house and café, situated between Coleraine and Garvagh. A converted Georgian Courtyard provides a home for the retail shop, the renovated stables holds the working pottery, and a café serving up delicious treats is divided from the pottery by a large glass wall.

Eating fresh bakes and drinking amazing coffee from handcrafted porcelain wares is an experience in itself, and being able to watch owner and resident potter, Babs, creating the very mug you are drinking from provides a connection from raw clay to a finished piece.

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