Potters Croft offers stylish accommodation and a Tasmanian craft gallery at Dunalley, south-east Tasmania. Dunalley is an hour south-east of Hobart (61 kilometres/38 miles) on the Tasman Peninsula.
Potters Croft’s craft gallery features a range of work by local artisans, including paintings, weaving, wood design, silk and hand-crafted jewellery. Tasmanian artists represented here include ceramicist Sally Curry, whose sculptural pieces have received national acclaim; master wood carver Paul Noordanus; potter Ben Richardson, whose wood-fired work has been included in a number of international exhibitions; and Eve Howard, whose evocative ceramic sculptures reflect daily life on the Tasmanian coast. Potter’s Croft designer, builder and co-owner Tim Homes also has his own wood-fired kiln and workshop beside the gallery.
Potters Croft sits on a small coastal headland, fringed with tall eucalypts and surrounded by farmland. The property is also the cellar door outlet for Bream Creek Vineyard and tasting of these fine wines is available on request. Stylish accommodation is available in Potters Croft’s loft rooms, studio and cottage.Visit Website