Quaint! Sorry, but I couldn't think of another way to describe this.
Historical! Well, yes it is an old mill. It has been on this site for over 100 years, survived numerous floods and wars.
Picturesque! It's a beautiful setting. We visited on a pretty warm summer week day and repair on the nearby bridge was in full force. So, we weren't able to cross the bridge for a good view. That should be done in mid-September 2010.
We haven't had the opportunity to cook anything with the grains or other products that we purchased. But, I suspect they will be fine.
The first floor is primarily where the grain is ground, bagged, and sold. The second floor is primarily a gift shop, and the third floor is a small restaurant.
There are a number of photos and printed stories about the mill. These are interesting. If you want to really enjoy the mill, look through the photo books and read some of the scraps of stories. Look at the old tools hanging on the wall that were used in the mill operations before this was converted to much more modern grinding equipment.
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