Cyclists, Group Visits and Garden Tours

Cyclists Visiting Aston Pottery

Our Café is an ideal place to have a break whilst cycling through the Cotswolds. 
If you are a large group of 10 or more cyclists, planning to stop with us, to help our Café prepare, please give us a call on 01993 852896, or email, four days ahead of your visit. 

When you arrive, please park your bikes along the wooden fence, to help keep access clear.

2021 Group Visits to Aston Pottery

Groups and societies are welcome to visit us at Aston Pottery. Alongside our Multi-Award Winning Gift Shop and Country Cafe. We are happy to offer garden tours for groups between 12-15 people. 

Food will be available in our cafe for all group tours, however we are not taking any pre-orders. There will be a table reserved for your group. 

Trip adviser pic

2021 Pottery Demonstrations

These tours are currently suspended for the duration of 2021, and we hope to start them again in 2022.

2021 Garden Tours

For the duration of 2021, garden tours will be limited in frequency and in the number of people per group. The size of groups will be limited to a maximum of 15 people ie: a mini bus, and does not include coaches. Tours will start either 10:30-11:00am or 2:30pm, to avoid our busy cafe times, and help to keep people socially distanced. Early evening tours available on request. 

Colours mixed and ready to use in the workshop

Our tours will start from July – October, Monday – Friday. Subject to availability. 

To those who enjoy our gardens we offer guided tours and talks on everything from approaches to design, methods of planting and all important garden maintenance. Our tours are suitable for the potting shed enthusiast through to the all-weather gardener.

Tour duration approximately 1 1/4 hours and cost £6.95 per person.

All bookings must be made a minimum of two weeks in advance by contacting 01993 850960 or

Dahlia ‘Alfred Grille’, a sumptuous semi-cactus dahlia with salmon pink and orange outer petals, changing to gold near the centres. This dahlia inspired the floral design on a range of Aston Pottery.