John Hanly & Co Ltd specialises in the manufacture of scarves, throws and fabrics in wool, cashmere, lambswool, mohair and natural fibres.

Since 1893, the Hanly family have maintained a tradition of weaving from their mill at Ballyartella, close to Nenagh in North Tipperary. Today, this fifth-generation family weaving business continues to produce a range of high-quality and long-lasting woven products using only natural yarns.

A visit to Hanly’s Woollen Mill Shop offers an enhanced retail experience where you will find luxurious throws & blankets, scarves & fashionable Irish caps & hats. Located adjacent to the factory on an idyllic site by the Nenagh River, visitors can browse the range of products and experience an insight into the history, heritage, and continuing story of an Irish Family weaving enterprise.

  • Established in 1893
  • Weaving quality fabrics and accessories in cashmere, merino wool, lambswool and mohair
  • The shop also stocks an extensive selection of quality Irish Knitwear, table linen and unique crafts
  • Top brands, designers and quality retailers

Opening Times:

Monday to Friday: 10:00 – 16:00h, and only open when the factory is open.

Check website for up to date opening times.

Useful Information

PARKING: Free car parking on-site

FACTORY SHOP:  Located on the banks of the Nenagh river in picturesque Ballyartella.

You can purchase Hanly scarves and throws in merino cashmere, lambswool, wool cashmere, merino and mohair. The shop also stocks a selection of quality gifts from well known Irish manufacturers.

Getting There

Situated in Ballyartella just 1km off the R495 (the Nenagh to Dromineer Road)

Map Location: 52.901873, -8.240171
Contact John Hanly & Co

Ballyartella Woollen Mills, Nenagh, Co. Tipperary, Ireland

Eircode: E45 P789
T: +353 (0)67 24278
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