Raceview Mill, a former 1800’s woollen mill located in Broughshane, was saved from demolition and transformed into a thriving community hub, with over 36 artisan and service businesses onsite.
Set within 16 acres, Raceview Mill is a wonderful fusion of food, arts, crafts, enterprise, tourism and nature. As well as playing home to some incredible businesses it also features The Red Brick Coffee House and Raceview Gallery, the largest linked coffee shop and art gallery in Northern Ireland.
Its position, located halfway between the Giants Causeway and Belfast, is ideal for coaches looking to stop off for an hour or two to take in the variety of shops and sample the delights of the coffee shop. Ample parking space, public toilets and a tourist information centre also add to the Mill’s appeal. Visitors can also enjoy the beautiful Butterfly Riverside Path, which leads directly into the village of Broughshane.
The Wool Tower at Raceview Mill is a stunning historical venue, ideal for weddings, offering brides and grooms something a little bit different. Original features include; vaulted brick ceilings, massive pine beams and polished stone floors.