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The Manx Tartan Shop


Manx Tartan name plate


The Manx Tartan Shop is dedicated to the two tartans associated with the Isle of Man. The Laxey Manx Tartan and The Hunting Manx Tartan. Most of our products are made for us using the tartan that has been woven here at Laxey Woollen Mills by our master weaver John Wood. We sell Tartan homeware, ladies and childrens kilts, wedding gifts, ties, scarves, rugs etc. We also have a great selection of Manx greeting cards and some souvenirs.

Laxey Woollen Mills, Glen Road, Laxey, ISLE OF MAN, Isle of Man, IM4 7AR
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Tel01624 860330

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Opening Times

* Monday - Saturday 10am to 4.30pm
Sunday closed

Map & Directions

Road Directions

You can find us at Laxey Woollen Mills in the pretty village of Laxey. Turn down the hill by the petrol station and you will find us just over the little bridge in the Manx stone building (the mill)

Public Transport Directions

We have a car park for patrons. The bus stops on the main road (on the bridge overlooking Laxey Flour Mill) walk towards the Co-op shop and then down the hill to reach us. Approx 3 mins walk.

Take the electric tram to Laxey and walk approx 3 mins, down hill, to the mill

What's Nearby

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