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Like stepping back in time

Fascinating visit to this tiny, well restored and sympathetically arranged cottage - it felt as if... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Debbie Y
Hawkesbury Upton, United Kingdom
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A glimpse at the past

We visited the weavers cottage a couple of days ago. It is a beautiful old cottage packed with... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
London, United Kingdom
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10 The Cross, Kilbarchan PA10 2JG, Scotland
+44 844 493 2205
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Fascinating visit to this tiny, well restored and sympathetically arranged cottage - it felt as if the occupants had just stepped out and would be back in a moment. Impressive display of working looms from before the Industrial Revolution, when, incredibly, there were around 800...More

Thank Debbie Y
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We visited the weavers cottage a couple of days ago. It is a beautiful old cottage packed with history. The staff were welcoming and talked us through the history of the cottage. Then we watched a short video about life for a weaver. There was...More

Thank Laal83
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Visited Weavers Cottage in Kilbarchan today and was spirited back in time by the very informative volunteers of the National Trust. It’s situated in the centre of this lovely village in Renfrewshire and easy to find. We were told about the families who had lived...More

Thank 672Sheila
Reviewed 29 April 2018 via mobile

This little treasure is in the middle of a quaint little town. It’s a short visit so do be prepared to explore other parts of the area. The staff were so knowledgeable and helpful that we signed up to become members of the National Trust...More

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Reviewed 30 March 2018 via mobile

Had a beautiful meal today lots of choice on menu .2 course for £11 good value. Perhaps a suggestion cheese board and coffee instead of sweet.

Thank Martin R
Reviewed 8 December 2017

This is a typical 18th century weavers cottage, and I am told that the village created the famous Paisley Pattern. The NTS run and preserve the property. It was great to see how a family lived and worked in the one place in those days....More

Thank johnnymac2017
Reviewed 5 October 2017

I visited with a friend from Canada. We much enjoyed the presentations from the highly knowledgeable guides, and the weaving demonstration and our own participation in this. The garden is lovely - don't miss it! - though we'd have liked some further info about the...More

Thank jennyR9886WL
Reviewed 4 July 2017

Visited with 3 friends this National Trust for Scotland property. The guides inside this cottage are very knowledgeable and interested in this old building. Check out the drawers of tartan swatches in the parlor. Fascinating!!

Thank Liz C
Reviewed 29 May 2017

Travelling around Scotland we went a little out of our way to visit the Weaver's Cottage and we are so glad we did. The staff/volunteers made the visit. A lady welcomed us and gave us a brief history of the cottage. It really is a...More

Thank Silverpablito
Reviewed 9 May 2017

Visited with my daughter and grandson. Very interesting and informative. Lovely guide who is very knowledgable and keen to pass on facts. We had a weaving demonstration and grandson had a try - which pleased him no end!

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