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  • 40 Bonnethill Road

    Pitlochry,

    Perth and Kinross,

    PH16 5BT

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Mrs Pott's Pottery Shop

Once upon a time there was a busy little town called Pitlochry, people would come from far and wide to visit this picturesque place; old and young alike. Everyone had a blast.

Every story has a hero. From one little thought hatched an idea. Mrs Potts hated seeing the children bored, and loved to see the excited look on their faces when they got to be creative.

So with a little bit of magic, trust and pixie dust a room was transformed into a magical place, where kids never wanted to leave!!

This room is within the Scotland's Hotel and YOU can now go along, meet Mrs Potts and see what amazing things she has in store.

You can also book birthday parties and there's even a baby area for the little one's that are just a little too wee to hold a paintbrush yet.

Booking is essential!

 

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