There is a small shop which complements the cottage. It is one of the few places in Scotland which sells items completely handwoven on a traditional handloom — including our famous wee tartan mice! Cushions, honey, preserves, and other cottage-related products are also available.
Dogs are welcome and are allowed in the garden —please keep them on a lead. Water is available.
A free public car park is situated 100 metres from the cottage.
Did you know?
Kilbarchan villagers are often called ‘Habbies’, after Habbie Simpson, a town piper from the 16th century whose statue is in a niche in the village steeple. Habbie is brought back to life during Lilias Day in a costume weaved by our resident weaver, Christine.