Visiting us


Our showroom is situated on the ground floor within the beautiful and historic Clarence Mill.  The Mill is a prominent listed building located alongside what is often described as one of the prettiest parts of the Cheshire Ring Canal route. The area offers some beautiful canal side walks with easy and quick access to the Middlewood way bridal path and walkway and offers lovely nearby walks into the Peak District National Park.

Other places of special mention and interest at the mill include The Bollington Discovery Centre, the beautifully located Waterside Café who serve lovely food and great coffees, The Creative Art Studio a mosaic workshop and showroom and Keleco furniture retail and restoration.

Customer Parking is usually available just outside the showroom, if however, all spaces are taken the mill has its own car park just around the back, about a one minute walk from our showroom.

At the showroom you’ll find a vast and varied selection of all types of handmade goods to meet all tastes and preferred sizes. We stock everything from small tribal rugs to some of the largest and most stylish carpets available. We also have a fine collection of carved wooden furniture and other goods from the Swat Valley regions of Northern Pakistan.

We welcome all types of visitors to the showroom including browsers, walkers with muddy boots and dogs, schools and other educational groups and anyone else with a general interest in our rugs..

The showroom is located at ground floor level and is easily accessible to anyone with impaired mobility.

Our Showroom Address is:

The Clarence Mill,
Clarence Road, Bollington,
Macclesfield, Cheshire, SK10 5JZ.

Telephone: 01625 261 276



Driving through Bollington when coming from the Macclesfield direction on the B5090 (the main through road) take a sharp LEFT directly after the second bridge that you go under (at the traffic lights) onto Clarence Road. At the top of the hill and in front of the big red brick chimney stack look right, The Weave showroom is located on the ground floor with two Hindu Kush wooden Tottem Poles outside.