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Water Mill, Museum, and Nature Reserve. A working watermill with a collection of historic rural objects, open to the public on most Sundays during the summer usually free admission unless there is a special event. The adjacent Nature Reserve and car...more
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Visited here one summer evening while the sun was setting. It was absolutely beautiful; there were birds and butterflies and the walk was just so lovely and calming. It’s actually such a nice thing to do and it’s totally free
We visited the mill with my daughter husband and grandchildren. Free entry and we had a long time to look around, seeing the grain being ground into flour. The children could have a go at grinding it themselves and see the different grades of flour...More
Checked before leaving home and it stated car park was open at 10 am. ..we wanted to check out the nature reserve before visiting the mill.....not in this case on the 22nd July. We managed to park up the road BUT saw lots of cars...More
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StotfoldMill, Volunteer at Stotfold Watermill & Nature Reserve, responded to this reviewResponded 3 weeks ago
We apologise that the car park was not open at 10:00 on 22nd July. It was opened a little later for those wishing to visit the Nature Reserve and Mill (free entry).
Unfortunately, the car park has to be locked overnight due to past instances...More
The nature reserve is well laid out and has board walks for year round accessibility. I went for the dragonflies and birds and was not disappointed. The cream tea in the café overlooking the reserve was in our absolute top ten and that is from...More
On a gloriously hot Saturday we visited the mill. Wheat was being milled and we were taken through all the stages by a team of very friendly and very knowledgeable volunteers.
A very interesting and informative visit. Highly recommended.
Wonderful place to spend a few hours seeing how flour and oats were milled in a bygone
era. The enthusiastic guides were fantastic and friendly, explaining how the mill works.
Lovely small tea room & shop with local produce.
The Stotfold watermill is run by friendly volunteers who do a fantastic job explaining how everything works. We went when the mill was working and would recommend that you check which days they are milling before you go, as it really made the trip even...More
This is a wonderful example of a working water mill where you can see it in action on certain days, but its flowers & enjoy the cafe. It has been a repeat joy over the 17 years that we've lived in the area & for...More
I agree with the previous answer. It would be a challenge. Whilst it is relatively flat as far as walking is concerned, pushing a wheelchair is a different matter. In some places there is an actual path of sorts, but much of... More
I agree with the previous answer. It would be a challenge. Whilst it is relatively flat as far as walking is concerned, pushing a wheelchair is a different matter. In some places there is an actual path of sorts, but much of the walk is simply over a grassed area and it would need to be dry to even make an attempt. Sorry I can't be more positive, but I wouldn't want you to arrive there and face disappointment.