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Laxey Woollen Mill and Gallery

Glen Road, Laxey IM4 7AR
440624861395
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Sunday Sept 17 th, beautiful sunny day, full day trip from Douglas to Laxley, then up to the... read more

Reviewed yesterday
99catzmeiow
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Derbyshire
great place to visit whilst in laxey ,the village full of surprises !

visited the woolen mill whilst in laxey , so much to do in this little village , mill packed full... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
brodybunch1117
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Glen Road, Laxey IM4 7AR
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Reviewed yesterday

Sunday Sept 17 th, beautiful sunny day, full day trip from Douglas to Laxley, then up to the summit, all by tram. One of the highlights for me was a visit to the Wollen mills and Craft centre at Laxley. Would you believe it WAS...More

Thank 99catzmeiow
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

visited the woolen mill whilst in laxey , so much to do in this little village , mill packed full of unusual ,locally made gifts , bought some manx tartan gifts .staff very welcoming , dog friendly establishment ,took our little dog inside ,asked first...More

Thank brodybunch1117
Reviewed 30 July 2017

Had a quick visit here (with wife buying a new handbag!) and great to see how the fabrics are made. Friendly staff as well.

Thank adam_nwuk
Reviewed 23 June 2017 via mobile

I'm born and brought up on the island and now come back every few months - but is never been to Laxey woollen mills - and I've missed out. Fabulous, extensive selection of local fabric designs (manx and manx hunting tartan for example). Rugs, scarves,...More

Thank Kirsty B
Reviewed 30 May 2017

Not the easiest places to reach and park but interesting if you like textiles and weaving. Not so many staff as I remember 12 years ago on a visit but the young woman was helpful in showing me the different manx tartans available in both...More

Thank dragonara2
Reviewed 25 May 2017

Set in a very attractive location in a valley in Laxey this old woolen mill and gallery is worth a visit. Its down a steep road and nestles beside a flowing stream. The mill shop sells scarves, table cloths, rugs etc in colourful wool's together...More

Thank vuepoint
Reviewed 4 May 2017

I visited this little gallery on Saturday and what a gem. It is exhibiting some fantastic art at the moment from the Isle of Man Art Festival. The old mill has not lost its charm and is well worth a visit.

Thank Hilary H
Reviewed 25 February 2017

The exhibitions are very well organised & always interesting. The shops are full of tempting Manx products including clothes, tweed, yarn, gifts, cards & art work. To complete your visit there is the wonderful Craftea Weaver Tearoom with its delicious variety of delicious cakes, light...More

Thank seizethesecond
Reviewed 1 December 2016 via mobile

I came across the woollen mill by chance and fell in love with the place. The scarves, wraps, rugs etc are beautifully made and the colours are superb. I saw the exhibition but the thing I will always remember is how friendly and chatty they...More

Thank Sally S
Reviewed 12 September 2016 via mobile

Really enjoyed the temporary quilting exhibition upstairs 'Chinese Whispers'. The mill itself had a wide range of woollen garments and yarn, and a lovely dog. Interesting to see the historic looms, though not being operated.

Thank Rebecca S
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