You can watch the pottery being made or just explore the 2 floor display area. This is a distinctive local pottery and the work is excellent. Worth a visit even if you don't intend to buy!
What to buy: from small ornaments to large tea sets and platters
What to pay: depending on the size and complexity of the item, from 5 to 500 euro!
Directions: north of DunquinAdd to your Trip Planner
The shop is packed with all kinds of items but the pottery is my interest. For what looks like a small building on the outside, ( with a beautiful seascape murial painted across the entire front of the shop) it has all the main Irish potteries in one end. I could have spent a whole day there. The potteries are displayed on old style dressers ( I know they are new but they still look the part ). It is owner run so you can discuss a deal and she might give a little on the price.
What to buy: Obviously, something about dingle would be nice. The nicest little item I bought was a replica road sign with dingle written on it and it is now in the back of my garden. I may be a bit mussy but I get a kick out of seeing that sign and it reminds me of the wonderful time I had in Dingle
What to pay: strangely, the Items of pottery I purchased were priced less than they are at the main centre stores I would be used of?
Address: Strand street beside Murphy's pub
Directions: right in the heart of the waterfront, you can't miss the murial if you are looking for it. The shop looks like a giant painting of rural seascape that is probably somewhere local.