Built in the 1860's, this charming building has lived many lives. It was operated as a Bed & Breakfast by Nina and Stanley Brown between 1960-1985. In 1995, Ian and Daphne Scott bought the building when they moved Village Pottery next door and rented it weekly to tourists as "Potter's House". In 2017, their daughter Suzanne took over the family business and decided to give it a new life as Potter's Parlour. Hurray!
Suzanne Scott is also known as "The Potter's Daughter" next door at Village Pottery. You can catch her throwing pots on the wheel or frothing up a cappuccino. Suzanne is also the team captain + event planner of the Etsy Artisans of PEI. When she's not busy making pots, scooping cones or planning events, Suzanne loves traveling to warm tropical islands and cuddling with her cats Cooper & Mr Echo
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