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A dizzying array of the best Irish wool!

The Blarney Woolen Mills is huge and has the most wonderful array of knitted garments to suit all... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Sydney, Australia
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Too much to see, not enough time.

We stopped at this amazing store while on our excursion to Blarney Castle. Very nice store but... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Regina, Canada
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What was once a small souvenir shop in a thatched cottage on wheels is now the largest Irish store in the World. Located in the small village of Blarney which is famous for the Blarney Castle, Blarney Woollen Mills now occupies a space of 60,000...more
Blarney, Ireland
+353 21 451 6111
Most Helpful Positive Review
Reviewed 29 March 2005

Excellent rating...not as a 'must see' location, but definitely one of the best tourist stores in Ireland. Three warehouse-sized floors of Aran-knit jumpers (sweaters), Guinness t-shirts, crystal, linens and fudge. My mother would love it. The selection is much better and, I dare say, the...More

14  Thank Eiregirl
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Reviewed 25 July 2005

We have just returned from our trip to Cork, it is an excellent place to visit, we did not want to stay in the city as we had children with us, so we stayed in Blarney, which was also lovely. We booked ourselves into the...More

5  Thank Road809479
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

The Blarney Woolen Mills is huge and has the most wonderful array of knitted garments to suit all tastes on several floors. It also has something for everyone from chocolate to jewelry. The staff are very friendly and helpful and quickly organized to send my...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago

We stopped at this amazing store while on our excursion to Blarney Castle. Very nice store but unfortunately we did not have enough time to wonder as much as we would have liked to due to having to catch our tour bus.

Thank darylRegina
Reviewed 1 week ago

The Blarney Woollen Mills is a very large spot for Irish woolen goods. They have Irish sweaters. gloves, kitchen and home goods, and souvenirs. They have everything you are looking for to take home a piece of Ireland.

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The shop is gorgeous and the staff are really nice and friendly. They make you feel welcome and it’s a pleasure to shop there. Prices are very good and fabulous items to buy. Lovely experience. The pub is lovely too and really atmospheric. Fabulous !!!...More

Thank saas12
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This place is huge and deserves some attention as you make your way around. If you want a woolen souvenir, this is the place to get it - at a price for such fine quality. Non-wool souvenirs are also plentiful. I bought a Celtic necklace,...More

Thank Donna B
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We went here twice. A huge shop selling so much - from kitchen items to knitted clothes hats, bags also souvenir items such as toys, mugs etc. It especially appeals to tourists as they have free shipping costs. Well worth a visit - but be...More

Thank pejay2016
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Now this is one hell of a big shop, it has everything from wool to more wool. They also carry a large range of souvenirs that are fairly priced. There is a restaurant with a variety of eatables and it appears to be a small...More

Thank 4x4wheelers
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

This place is huge and have everything ever made with wool. You could easily spend a couple of hours in here. The attached restaurant is also huge and offers a buffet of fresh cooked items as well as a maid to order sandwich bar. Even...More

Thank Jerry S
Reviewed 14 October 2018

We were here for the second time last month, won't shop for woolens and any other souvenirs anywhere in Ireland. Our daughter and we each bought over 250 Euro so that qualified for FREE SHIPPING to the US....and they automatically then deducted the VAT Tax...how...More

Thank SusiefromCrucible
Reviewed 14 October 2018

If you are inclined to purchase real Irish souvenirs, this should be on the top of the list. There are almost too many items on sale. The prices did not seem to be outrageous.

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31 July 2018|
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Response from Jackman1 | Reviewed this property |
Yes. Sizing was standard.
31 July 2018|
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Response from lorisP9322VA | Reviewed this property |
The store is massive - 2 levels. Make sure to dedicate enough time to look around properly. I was in a tour so my time was limited.
6 November 2017|
Response from Ronan Q | Property representative |
Yes the mills will be open on Sundays in December. 9.30 to 6.00