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Aimed at tourists and has lots of gifts to choose from. Afternoon tea is good value and consisted of tasty sandwiches with creamy coleslaw on the side, lovely light scones with jam and cream and selection of delicious cakes with tea/coffee. Well worth the £7.00...More
Apart from the real wool cabin out front; this place is pretty poor.
We had fish n chips in the restaurant, the fish was very small, long and very thin. The chips were cold, having sat on the counter for who knows how long. They...More
Our cruise bus took us to this destination and it was a great stop. We toured around the village and had lots of time to do our shopping at the Wool Center, for the folks back home. I bought a beautiful, red, boiled wool cape...More
Review by Dr H C Matthew Sim. Nice Centre for Souvenir. Average Food. We dropped by at the Scottish Wool Centre as part of the day tour. It was a good place to buy souvenirs. The food was average but acceptable. Service was slow. The...More
We planned a trip to Go Ape Aberfoyle and it was amazing. We decided to go for afternoon tea once we were finished and we were very impressed. We had 6 people so we ordered tea for 2 and tea for 4. With 4 big...More
a centre that is just a little bit different than the norm. the center had the usual Scottish soviegners, food, beverages, etc. it also had a quite large outdoor selection. just out front was a Scottish Woolen store of products made from sheep from their...More