We visited Teapot Island today and can't wait to go back! We had cream tea and chips in the restaurant which was lovely and very well priced. The strawberry jam is worth the trip alone. We went into the teapot exhibit after which may not sound exciting but is amazing to see. There are teapots available to buy and I... 更多
Teapot Island is an interesting spot with several things to don, not least a collection of 7000 teapots to marvel at, a good pub with grub and a riverside walk
Food is a average and theres not much room to sit but its quirky and fun for a one off.There is also a tiny little teapot museum. Plus a teapot fountain
my partner and i have made teapot island our regular as he likes to fish and we both enjoy the food its always fresh and you get good sized portions and the christmas dinner is worth getting fat for we always find them very friendly
Teapot island - what a place! Loads of charm and good old British eccentricity here. Marvel at the 7400+ teapot collection (and still growing!), pose in front of the comedy oversized pot and enjoy a Rosie Lee and bacon sarnie in the riverside cafe! For me visiting Teapot Island completed the 'holy trinity' of mad collections - The British Lawnmower... 更多
This is a good place to visit if you want to see something different for an hour or so. It is a tiny space to hold over 7000 teapots and a real curiosity. (No wonder the Duchess of Cornwall and Prince Charles chose to make a flying visit when in the area after the Christmas floods). All the teapots are... 更多
Just visited the museum with my wife, which was interesting. However when we went into the adjoining café and ordered a pot of tea for one, I was served tea in a mug which seemed quite ironic considering there were over 7000 teapots on display in the museum. I was not impressed with the taste of the tea either and... 更多
A fascinating day out, we aren't serious collectors but we found the collection very interesting as the teapots were in such a diverse range of shapes and sizes. My 94 year old father even enjoyed the visit viewed from his mobility scooter . The day was made even more memorable as all the staff went out of their way to... 更多
Did not know what to expect. But such a charming quaint place. So many teapots. 7,400 and counting. The cafe next door is well worth a visit. Car park expects you to pay on entry so make sure you have change.
If you want to visit an unusual exhibition, this is the place to go. Situated 5 miles from Maidstone, this museum has approximately 7,400 weird and wonderful teapots ranging from a massive Apollo rocket to tiny dolls house exhibits. Teapots of cartoon characters, ovens, cars, Christmas scenes fill out 4 rooms crammed full,on floor to ceiling shelves. Very reasonable entrance... 更多
It's the sort of place that you'd expect to be overpriced rubbish, it's in a real tourist spot. It's really not though! What you do get is basic, good quality food and plenty of it for not much more than greasy spoon prices. Highly recommended!
What a interesting place, excellent food, home made cakes and cream teas, friendly,helpfull,polite family run business. The teapot shop is full of interesting teapots at reasonable prices,has a pub situated across the river, for those who like a little tipple. Well worth a visit, a small charge of £2.50 to enter the parking facilities, which is for all day. There... 更多