We are often open daily, but keep irregular hours. If you are making a special journey, please phone to make sure the pottery is open – although you can of course drop in on-spec and take a chance if you wish.


From Belstone car park, opposite the village hall, proceed towards the village. Take the first left turn, signed Sticklepath. The pottery is at an off-white thatched house, with the “Perrymans” sign on the wall beside the gate. Go just past the house and turn in to the right, over the cattle grid, to park (and admire the view). The studio is all on the level with good wheelchair access.


My work can also been seen at Land Edge Arts in Crediton, Artisan in Chagford and South West Crafts in Tavistock – and I regularly take part in Devon Open Studios, Belstone Craft Fair and the Crux Craft Fair in Rattery, among others.