House of Craftsmen
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Bright patisserie for pastries, cakes and a small selection of takeaway snacks.
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House of Craftsmen information
Although the wide range of knick-knacks is mostly fairly corny tourist tat, this two-storey complex also includes genuine craft artists' workshops and is worth perusing en route to the tourist office, which is upstairs in the same historic building.