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Since 1784
The Woolmill History

Knockando Woolmill is a Category A listed group of buildings in the Spey Valley. The Woolmill itself contains original textile machinery acquired over the centuries.

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We are looking for enthusiastic, outgoing and committed individuals to join our growing team of Volunteer Tour Guides. Open to anyone over the age of 18, experience in delivering tours...
The North Country Cheviot - Everything You Need to Know!
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The North Country Cheviot - Everything You Need to Know!

  • In 1791, Sir John Sinclair of Ulbster brought 500 "long hill" ewes from the Cheviot Hills near the English borders to his estate in Caithness, with the aim...

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Facebook Review

Absolutely loved our visit at the weekend. Such a pretty location, stunning restoration of all the buildings and machinery and the video all about the process was fascinating. This is a top quality place to visit and I will definitely be back.

TripAdvisor Review

This wee old mill is definitely worth a visit. It is marvellous to see the materials being woven on very old looms. The shop and the cafe are wonderful.

Google Review

We visited many years ago, before it was renovated and cannot believe the improvement. It is lovely it is still a working mill, it would have been a tragedy if it had disappeared into the mists of time. Long may it continue to prosper.

Facebook Review

Visited the mill today, found staff very friendly, engaging and happy to show you the machines and how they worked, even stopping what they were doing to do so. The cafe is also fabulous.

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