The Edinburgh Woollen Mill edinburgh

The Edinburgh Woollen Mill located at 139 Princes St, Edinburgh EH2 4BL, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 0131 226 3840

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Michael Peto

4 Google Rating

Shop is a little pricey for the quality of the goods, but has a nice selection. Good one stop shop f

4/ 5

Shop is a little pricey for the quality of the goods, but has a nice selection. Good one stop shop for souvenirs if you only have time to visit one place.

Lesley Gardiner

4 Google Rating

Lovely shop but very expensive... beautiful clothing though.

4/ 5

Lovely shop but very expensive... beautiful clothing though.

Krishna Rajes

5 Google Rating

Good collections

5/ 5

Good collections

B F

1 Google Rating

I bought one jumper in this shop. I just checked the receipt and found they charged me for twice. I

1/ 5

I bought one jumper in this shop. I just checked the receipt and found they charged me for twice. I didn't notice in the shop because I was in a hurry. I called the shop. They said they can't solve this for me because I can't prove how many jumpers I got. Why not just check your storage quantity to figure out it? The shop said they have no reason to do it!!! Is this my fault???

Robert Ktl

5 Google Rating

Very well organised store. Nice and friendly staff. Reasonably prices.

5/ 5

Very well organised store. Nice and friendly staff. Reasonably prices.

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