Opened in 1881, this historic building houses the last working woollen mill on the Island, using pedal looms to produce a range of beautiful woollen cloth, including the Manx tartans.

Yarns specifically spun from un-dyed fleeces from local sheep are used to make tweeds and rugs which reflect the warm brown colours of native Loaghtans and the black and white colours of our other breeds.

The shop also sells high quality woollen clothing, sheepskin products and Manx Loaghtan knitting yarns.

Contact Info


John Wood


Laxey Woollen Mills, Laxey

Opening Hours:

Monday to Saturday, 9am to 5pm


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