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As you enter the Hardwick Estate you will come across this small but very well restored water mill. The guide who showed us around was very interesting and certainly new his stuff. Although small it is well worth a visit.
Small water powered mill. When we visited the mill wasn't in action so not that much to see. It is well presented but there are only two rooms open and a few short videos. Worth a visit if you are on you way up to...More
En route to The Hardwick Estate we passed Dtsinsby Mill. Being National Trust members we decided to take a look. There was a tour just about to start do we tagged along. The guide gave s really interesting talk, explaining the history of this mill....More
The staff were absolutely brilliant, so informative and interesting. Not the usual repetitive patter that you can get at some places. Very engaging and really good to see everything working as it's explained to you. If you're going to Hardwick Hall then this is a...More
This mill is located at the entrance of the Hardwick Estate and should be visited on the way in due to the one way traffic system. The mill is working and produces wholemeal flour that is sold. We were lucky enough to visit on a...More
A very interesting insight into a working watermill. The staff were very friendly and the short tour informative and you can buy some of the flour produced here. However there are only three relatively small rooms to view (not counting alcoves and outbuildings) so don't...More
Sometimes you just arrive at the right time.
We had a splendid guided tour of this mill, bought the flour, made the bread...and it was good!
Highly recommended, dedicated volunteer staff - there is nothing not to like!