High above Loch Ness, on the edge of the Caledonian tundra and set in two hundred acres of ancient oak and birch woodland, is the former steading that is the home of the Clay Works Pottery and Cafe.
The Highland Potter
For the last two decades, Rebekah Allan, the Highland potter, has been producing a wide range of artisan stoneware. Natural glowing colours within her glazes reflect the surrounding wild and ever changing landscape.
Find Out More
Browse the wide range of colourful ware in our online galleries. Our galleries are catalogued by colour to help make navigation easier.
Enjoy a range of well-made and wholesome refreshments. Marion’s cakes are appreciated by our many visitors. Many teas and excellent coffee.
Table d’Hote dinners or walkers’ breakfasts upon prior arrangement.
Our Gallery is open 7 days a week from 10am to 6 pm and other times by arrangement. We are surrounded by the ancient birch and oak of this historic landscape, with the evidence of thousands of years of habitation, there are a great many other things for you to see and do nearby; including some beautiful walks.
Below are some of the creations we have made in the past, and here you can find out a little about the processes involved in bringing them to life.
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7 days a week, 10am - 6pm
Loch Ness Clay Works
Bunloit Rd, Drumnadrochit