Wellbrook Beetling Mill is an 18th Century water powered beetling mill and is situated 6 miles west of Cookstown in a picturesque wooded glen on the banks of the Ballinderry River. Beetling was the last stage in the manufacturing of linen and Wellbrook is the last working beetling mill in Northern Ireland. The Mill has a 16ft water wheel, which is powered by the adjacent Ballinderry River. See 'hands on' demonstrations on how linen was produced in the 19th century and visit the National Trust gift shop. Coach and car parking on site.
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Open for group tours outside of opening hours on request, please contact Springhill on 028 867 48210.