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All reviews for sale lamb this wonderful place takes place the main road warm welcome local beach highland cows local meat tucked away isle of mull trip to scotland well worth the effort small shop very interesting tour worth the detour tea and coffee
So glad we dropped in to this wonderful place. The farm is stunningly located by the coast and there is a shop alongside the weaving mill. Monica happily told us about the business and showed us the looms in action. We both shared a love...More
Tucked away not from the beach ,you’ll find this enterprising and innovative establishment. What lovely, friendly informative people who work there. Please don’t pass them by . Check out their website and if in the area pay them a visit !!
Ardalanish weavers was completely divine. Christine eagerly shared her knowledge of the weaving process and the requirements for the label to be classified as organic. We loved the fact that the colours all come from plants and everything is sourced with the sheep’s well being...More
Well worth visiting, offers so much. Firstly, it’s a beautiful drive there from Craignure, up through mountains and then along the sea loch with opportunities for wildlife spotting. The staff are very welcoming and friendly, coffee always seems to be on the go, and full...More
With horizontal rain forcing us to seek out indoor activities, we spotted the sign for Ardalanish Weavers, located in a farm close to Bunessan. We spent a most enjoyable hour or so, browsing the lovely shop and being given a very interesting guided tour of...More
We had a wonderful visit last week at Ardlanish House. Tony was the perfect hist cooking us great breakfasts and evening meals. Stunning views from the house of Paps of Jura, and Uisken Beach on the doorstep.
We visited Ardalanish farm and weavers and the shop on our recent visit to Mull. The kids really enjoyed seeing the weaving looms in use and learning about the natural plant based dyes being used. It's lovely to look round the farm and the beach...More
The weaving looms are some hundred years old but produce lovely patterns. You get a thorough tour of the weaving shop and how various local plants give colours to the wool. Staff is clever to share knowledge and weaving history. The incredible beach near by...More
Down a long winding road, which is fascinating itself, to an excellent welcome followed by a fascinating tour of the looms, (not working at weekends). Purchased a lovely throw is a zigzag pattern in undyed natural wool, gorgeous and some lamb chops and highland cow...More