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Couple display their potter's wheel pots at Lakefest Festival in HerefordshireWe love it when our customers take the time to review their Eastnor Pottery experience. Some participants take to TripAdvisor whilst others opt for Facebook or Google What-ever the platform, where-ever they comment, we are eternally grateful and will always respond to communicate our appreciation. Customers, we salute you!

The crew of the Queen Bee Kefalonia GreeceHere at Eastnor Pottery we aim to provide visitors with the best possible pottery experience.

On the whole, it’s fair to say we manage to do this – just take a look at the complamentary reviews left by our lovely customers on Trip Advisor.

That said, we have to conceed we may have  been aced, in terms of customer service by these guys!

If you ever find yourself on the Beautiful Greek Isle of Kefalonia, do not even consider leaving the island before you’ve taken an excursion on The Queen Bee.

Brothers George and Pedro renovated an old fishing boat and during the tourist season take holiday makers on unforgetable and totaly unique trips around the island. The boys use a combination of charm, wit and humour to make everybody on board feel welcome and included – so much fun!

Pottery bee made on clay beach KefaloniaIn a day we visited four separate locations – exclusive white beaches only accesible by boat,  swimming and snorkeling in clear, turquoise waters and the best bit from our point of view – A beach made of clay!!!

The brothers also enlist the culnary expertise of their mother, the third and final crew member. ‘Mama’ works tirelesly preparing delicious greek fayre served up at lunchtime with a glass or two of chilled white wine.

Extremely recommended! #BestDayOfTheHoliday