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Charlecote Mill is the last working water mill in Warwickshire and still operates commercially producing stoneground flours. The mill opens to the public on the second Sunday of the month and bank holidays throughout the summer from 11.00Am to...more
All reviews working water mill open days charlecote park milled flour guided tour cake knowledgeable guide makes excellent recipe book small entrance fee whole process really enjoyed our visit historic place bank holiday great tour few hours enjoyable visit
Thoroughly enjoyed a tour round this traditional working water mill on their recent open day. Knowledgable & enthusiastic guides. Live locally & have viewed the mill from a distance for so long it was great to discover what actually happens there.
Top quality flour is...More
Excellent way to spend a Sunday afternoon. The tour was brilliant and unlike other places you visit, it’s access all areas which is great as you get a real feel for the place and the amazing history. If you haven’t been you must and you...More
Visited after seeing it was open to visitors with guided tours on offer. Very interesting, chap who did the tour was exceptionally knowledgeable and made the tour really good!
Also opportunity to get some truly stone ground flour at a sensible price.
We took a Bank Holiday opportunity to tour the mill. It is in a lovely location; the volunteers were so welcoming and informative and guided us around the mill and the process of making flour. The mill and its workings are amazing- it is not...More
Like several other reviewers, we walked to the watermill having visited the local NT property in Charlecote earlier in the day.
The property is a wonderful example of an original working watermill, and is still operated on a fully commercial basis today. All the staff...More
Having visited Charlecote Hall today; on the off chance we decided to visit Charlecote Mill, and were pleasantly surprised to find it open. The Owner/Staff were very friendly and knowledgeable. We were given a lovely tour and shown how the Mill worked. Very interesting and...More
We came here on a whim after having a picnic at the nearby Charlecote Park. The mill is is a beautiful setting and the building itself is lovely. We were shown around by the owner who was obviously very knowledgeable about the workings of the...More
Set in beautiful surroundings of Charlecote, the Mill is well worth a visit. Very informative tour by the owners giving the history of the mill and fascinating to see it still as a full working mill. A lovely welcome by all the team and then...More