It seems to be the kind of place that will deliver different experiences depending on the level of activity on the day. We arrived on a cold, wet and windy day that made it good just to get out of the weather. It was pretty quiet and there wasn't much craftwork going on, but there were lots of interesting things to see. The standard of workmanship for most things was pretty high. Some pieces were (I thought) overpriced but we never felt any pressure to buy. Some great old photos were displayed and being sold, and lots of prints and wooden objects were on offer. There were several things that could be called 'souvenirs' but weren't cheap or tacky. There was a good range of jewellery displayed that the women in our group liked, and we sampled some delightful cheeses that were made in the area. The building itself was interesting with expansive views and while we wandered around the rain stopped and the sun came out which was a pleasant way to end our visit. Definitely worth a look and you never know what you'll find.
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