After having been to a few Woollen Mills in our time in Ireland, we really enjoyed Kerry Woollen Mills. There was ample parking and we were greeted by Missy the Dog who was so sweet! Good prices and selection! Read more. Date of experience: April 2018. Helpful. Share. Judy D wrote a review Apr 2018. Day two in Ireland we headed for Kerry Woollen Mills. It was a lovely drive, the whole 'death whilst driving in Ireland' notwithstanding. I sorta got the idea of driving in Ireland by this time (the queen would say that's a lie), ok, yeah, that's a lie.

Kerry Woollen Mills

The 17th-century Kerry Woollen Mills in Beaufort, situated on the beautiful Ring of Kerry on Ireland's Atlantic coast, has been creating fabrics and yarn from fine wool for over 300 years. Remaining faithful to the traditions of its founders, today's mill takes advantage of up-to-date weaving technology, marrying tradition with contemporary

Established in 1760, Kerry Woolen Mills still operates from the same picturesque location just outside Killarney on the Ring of Kerry. In the hands of the Eadie family since 1904, this family owned business combines heritage and centuries of experience together with modern technology, to create products of quality and durability.

Kerry Woollen Mills is one of the last surviving traditional woollen mills still manufacturing in the beautiful Kerry countryside. Established over 300 years ag o to alleviate local poverty the mill drew on the adjacent River Gweestin for the power to drive its machinery and the water to wash and dye its wool. The mill was bought over by the Eadie family in 1904 who had previously been in

Kerry Woollen Mills is one of the last surviving traditional woollen mills still manufacturing in the beautiful Kerry countryside. Established over 300 years ag o to alleviate local poverty the mill drew on the adjacent River Gweestin for the power to drive its machinery and the water to wash and dye its wool. The mill was bought over by the Eadie family in 1904 who had previously been in

Kerry Woollen Mills is one of the last surviving traditional woollen mills still manufacturing in the beautiful Kerry countryside. Established over 300 years ago to alleviate local poverty the mill drew on the adjacent River Gweestin for the power to drive its machinery and the water to wash and dye its wool.

Kerry Woollen Mills Shop

1 review of Kerry Woollen Mills Shop Absolutely wonderful shop and working mill. I got there just before closing and the ladies there were very accommodating, even bringing me back into the mill for a tour (despite it being closed for the night). There was a huge selection of knit and woven goods, including some very soft blankets that were woven and felted on site.

Kerry Woollen Mills is one of the last surviving traditional woollen mills still manufacturing in the beautiful Kerry countryside. Established over 300 years ago to alleviate local poverty, the mill drew on the adjacent River Gweestin for the power to drive its machinery and the water to wash and dye its wool.

The 17th-century Kerry Woollen Mills in Beaufort, situated on the beautiful Ring of Kerry on Ireland's Atlantic coast, has been creating fabrics and yarn from fine wool for over 300 years. Remaining faithful to the traditions of its founders, today's mill takes advantage of up-to-date weaving technology, marrying tradition with contemporary

Kerry Woollen Mills is one of the last surviving traditional woollen mills still manufacturing in the beautiful Kerry countryside. Established over 300 years ago to alleviate local poverty the mill drew on the adjacent River Gweestin for the power to drive its machinery and the water to wash and dye its wool.

The 17th-century Kerry Woollen Mills in Beaufort, situated on the beautiful Ring of Kerry on Ireland's Atlantic coast, has been creating fabrics and yarn from fine wool for over 300 years. Remaining faithful to the traditions of its founders, today's mill takes advantage of up-to-date weaving

Established in 1760, Kerry Woolen Mills still operates from the same picturesque location just outside Killarney on the Ring of Kerry. In the hands of the Eadie family since 1904, this family owned business combines heritage and centuries of experience together with modern technology, to create products of quality and durability.

Hotels near Kerry Woollen Mills: (6.94 km) Kingston's Bar Townhouse (7.54 km) Loch Lein Country House (8.19 km) Killeen House Hotel Rozzers Restaurant (6.02 km) The Dunloe Hotel Gardens (6.23 km) Grove Lodge Country House; View all hotels near Kerry Woollen Mills on Tripadvisor

The 17th-century Kerry Woollen Mills, situated on the beautiful Ring of Kerry on Ireland's Atlantic coast, has been creating fabrics and yarn from fine wool for over 300 years. Remaining faithful to the traditions of its founders, today's Mill takes advantage of up-to-date weaving technology, marrying tradition with contemporary styling for

Blankets Throws Archives

All our wool blankets and throws are made at our family run mill in Kerry, Ireland using Pure New Wool. Using blends with lowland Galway wool we dye the raw fleece before blending and spinning it into yarn for weaving. We design weave the blanket cloth before washing and raising the nap to

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Established in 1760, Kerry Woolen Mills still operates from the same picturesque location just outside Killarney on the Ring of Kerry. In the hands of the Eadie family since 1904, this family owned business combines heritage and centuries of experience together with modern technology, to create products of quality and durability.

The 17th-century Kerry Woollen Mills, situated on the beautiful Ring of Kerry on Ireland's Atlantic coast, has been creating fabrics and yarn from fine wool for over 300 years. Remaining faithful to the traditions of its founders, today's Mill takes advantage of up-to-date weaving technology, marrying tradition with contemporary styling for

Nov 05, 2018by Kerry Woollen Mills. Aran Wool 365 yards / 200 grams 918 projects. stashed 1127 times. rating of 4.1 from 223 votes Find Kerry Woollen Mills color cards at kerrywoollenmills.ie Page created: June 1, 2007 Last updated: November 5, 2018