Avoca Handweavers

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About Avoca Handweavers, Avoca

Avoca Handweavers, now mostly known simply as Avoca, is a clothing manufacturing, retail and food business in Ireland. The company began in Avoca, County Wicklow and is the oldest working woollen mill in Ireland and one of the world's oldest manufacturing companies. It is also Ireland's oldest surviving business. Although commonly believed to have come from Wicklow, the family are from Sligo.

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Overview of Avoca Handweavers

Avoca Handweavers lies in the city of Avoca in Ireland. Avoca Handweavers is not a top-rated place in Avoca.

Avoca Handweavers is generally not available on the guided Avoca tours, but there are plenty others that are worth visiting.

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Address: The Mill at Avoca Village, Kilmagig Lower, Avoca, Co. Wicklow, Ireland

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Timings: 09:00 am - 06:00 pm Details

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  • Absolutely love this place. It's like a little time machine. Well worth a visit. Don't forget to go to the shop also - some lovely examples of Avoca scarfs and other good quality clothing and food. The staff are genuinely friendly and enjoy a good chat

  • I had visited a couple Avoca locations and restaurants in the Dublin area and been a big fan. While driving back to Dublin from Kilkinney, I saw Avoca on the map and figured that's where the stores originated. We took a chance and drove through Avoca to find the original location of the Avoca Mill. It was originally a community owned mill that was privately bought and restored. While visiting the Mill you have the option to take a self guided tour to understand more about looks and blanket weaving. The tour was incredibly interesting and gave me a new found appreciation of their woven blankets. Definitely worth a stop by if you are near the area!

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  • Cozy and nice environment, Affordable prices, good service. Even with the messy restroom, I give you 5 stars because I got the best apple crumble ever. Thanks!

  • Loved looking at the material being woven. In the shop l feel in love with a coat but not to be. Sizes seem small. We went to cafe for late lunch. I had the chickpea and my husband the sasuage roll with 3 salads which we shared. Food was lovely and tasty. All in All our trip to Avoca was lovely. Definitely somewhere l will be recomending.

  • Fabulous little mill. Loved the tour and seeing how the wievers work their magic! Great little cafe too!

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