KODIAK — Teapots line the walls of the kitchen in Mrs. Potts’ Bed & Breakfast.
The collection of more than 55 teapots features traditional teapots, holiday-themed teapots, and even a musical teapot, among others. Some were new when they were purchased, while others were found buried in antique shops.
They made the journey to Kodiak from India, China, France, Switzerland, the U.S. and Great Britain.
Each one has a story to tell, like their owner Beth Davis, also known as Mrs. Potts, the inspiration for the business’s name.