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The Sheep and Wool Centre

Main Street, Leenane, Ireland
+353 95 42323
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Friendly and helpful staff

Just dropped in to browse and walked out with some very nice gifts. The staff was helpful and... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
sleepster
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Chicago, Illinois
Great Food & Great Gifts!

As you leave the breathtaking views of Killary harbour behind you, you will enter the warm and... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
rache67704
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Leenane, Ireland
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“gift shop” (12 reviews)
“sandwiches” (7 reviews)
“knick knacks” (4 reviews)
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Main Street, Leenane, Ireland
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+353 95 42323
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Reviewed 5 days ago

Just dropped in to browse and walked out with some very nice gifts. The staff was helpful and informed. I was just killing time, but very happy that i chose to drop in. an array of interesting items.

Thank sleepster
Reviewed 1 week ago

As you leave the breathtaking views of Killary harbour behind you, you will enter the warm and welcoming atmosphere of Leenane’s sheep and wool centre Firstly there are gifts galore. From a fine range of traditional Irish knitwear, shawls and cardigans to colourful wool and...More

Thank rache67704
Reviewed 1 week ago

We stopped here a couple of times as we were based in the area and had to cover some of the roads twice. They had a choice of teas, cakes, scones for our afternoon stop and the café was clean and roomy, prices seemed more...More

Thank Diane E
Reviewed 14 September 2017 via mobile

I've read many of the reviews of this place and many people suggest that they have stumbled across a hidden gem. We were pretty much the opposite. As soon as we discovered this place was real we added it to our "must see" list. If...More

Thank Awareofthevoid
Reviewed 8 September 2017 via mobile

Our visit to the Sheep and Wool Centre Leenane was topped off with a fantastic lunch in Bia Blas Cafe on the premises. A very well coded allergy menu was easy to follow and most of our group settled for fresh Cod and Chips. The...More

Thank Caddyvan
Reviewed 31 August 2017

Stopped here for lunch with my family after reading the menu outside which sounded lovely. Unfortunately, it turned out to be not at all allergy friendly. It's so frustrating when a cafe lazily says everything contains allergens, right down to the chips! I asked if...More

Thank Louise_M3
Reviewed 30 August 2017 via mobile

A mix of tourist souvenir shop with a cafe. There's a museum on wool, but we were not allowed in because there was a big group coming in. A popular stop for bus tours.

Thank nalj m
Reviewed 16 August 2017

Having visited a sheep farm and shearing demonstration, we were keen to learn what happened to the fleeces next. So we went to the Sheep and Wool Centre in Leenane. We didn't realize that there were scheduled visits (you can't just go in when you...More

Thank DKG80
Reviewed 29 July 2017

Really enjoyable visit today.Had nice lunch in cafe,good food,reasonably priced.We did guided tour of museum with spinning thrown in led by the excellent gentleman.He thoroughly captured his audience with his amusing character and love for his job.Well worth a visit.

Thank keijof
Reviewed 13 July 2017

The shop has a moderate collection of knitted goods and gift items, and the attached cafe has wonderful cakes according to my sisters! However I most enjoyed my visit to the museum where visitors are able to see and handle raw fleece, try their hand...More

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Dave R
21 November 2015|
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Response from AOT1976 | Property representative |
Hello Dave, Thank you for your enquiry. Our centre is wheelchair accessible and we also have a wheelchair accessible bathroom. We are open from mid March until end October. Please advise if you are hoping to visit our... More
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