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ES12 wrote a review Oct 2019
Reading, United Kingdom539 contributions213 helpful votes
There were mills here in the 10th century. These mills have been reconstucted and are fascinating..There are 3 different types of mills, a gristmill for producing flour, a trip hammer mill for pounding metal from the forge and finally the fulling mill for the production of wool and linen cloth. The mills are open to the public and entry is free. It's a very picturesque riverside walk. This is a not to be missed place…
Date of experience: September 2019
PeteLucy434 wrote a review Oct 2018
Uxbridge, United Kingdom1,533 contributions264 helpful votes
They have retained Watermills on the river, free to go in. Buildings are interesting and some equipment still there.
Date of experience: October 2018
Sandra L wrote a review Jun 2018
Warwick, Australia450 contributions208 helpful votes
Well we visited and took the requisite photos but unfortunately it was closed. The 3 renovated houses/ cottages appear really well & sympathetically done and can only imagine once part of mill or old bridge as.there appear to be the remains of bridge supports upstream.
Date of experience: June 2018
sleepybexhill wrote a review Sep 2017
Bexhill-on-Sea, United Kingdom1,259 contributions465 helpful votes
Well worth a visit to get away from all things religious. It is free and has a lovely setting. Only problem is all the information is in Spanish. The three mills have different purposes and if you don't appreciate that, then you will be missing out.
Date of experience: September 2017
jaimeelsabio wrote a review Jun 2017
Maryland3,486 contributions263 helpful votes
Very interesting. It would have been nice to be able to see inside them, but the gate to them was closed when I was there. They do make for a nice photo.
Date of experience: May 2017