Tweedmill is on the main A525 from St Asaph to Denbigh, it covers a large area all under one roof. You can buy clothes, homeware, shoes etc. Changing rooms are readily available. It is on 2 floors, a lifyt is available up to the upper floor. They have wheelchairs available at the entrance if you're not too good on your feet. The car park is massive but it is a popular place and they do have diabled spaces by the entrance. It is a popular stop off or coach excursions. They also have 2 restaurants/cafes where you can get full meals or just lght snacks at reasonbable prices
The Tweedmill is a factory outlet shop located in the Vale of Clwyd close to St. Asaph. It's easy to find with sign posts from the A55 and has a decent sized car park.
The shop sells clothing, shoes, soft furnishings, homewear, gifts, etc. The clothing is, in my opinion at least, aimed more at the older shopper and I would expect most people without a bus pass to come away a bit disappointed.
A couple of negatives as well. Firstly the building is basically a barn and really needs redecorating inside. It looks shabby which creates a poor impression overall. Secondly the reductions aren't as generous as you would expect in an outlet shop. For example the last time I visited I found some Ben Sherman T-shirts which had been reduced from £29.99 to £24.99, a saving of only £5.
Overall it's OK for the older shopper but not great.
Ideal shopping location for all those household goods. Especially the kitchen and bathroom area. There is also an area for clothing although I would say this is more suited for the older generation. For those in need of relaxtion there is a small cafe which appears to be of good quality. The store also has a good stock of christmas decorations for the festive period
Perfect shopping outlet for the more mature shopper, this outlet offers a wide range of clothing at affordable prices for the both men and women. There is also a large homewear section with bed linen and accessories etc. The cafe is lovely too, really good food.
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