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Built in 1835, Denver Windmill is a Grade II*-listed tower mill in the village of Denver, just outside Downham Market in West Norfolk. Since 1995 the mill has been in the ownership and care of the Norfolk Historic Buildings Trust.
99 Sluice Road, Denver, Downham Market PE38 0EG, England
There is a pub at the windmill the man who owns and runs it use to have the micro pub on Downham Market Station a great place to go made famous by Michael Portello on his train journeys, he the land lord has moved to...More
Came back here after a great visit last year - in fact came back to stay just up the road especially to come back here. I don't understand what's happened but the place has gone from having a real Wow factor to being totally soul...More
Popped in today for lunch on way back from Holiday as I remembered it to be nice... cafe closed atm for refurbishment but the bar has a lovely selection of home/local brewed beers, ciders & wines... hopefully will revisit soon for lunch when cafe is...More
It's a shame the owner booted the people that got this place sorted (for him it now seems). The cafe and antique shop were closed. The bar and staff did not create the laid back atmosphere we were used to at this place. We walked...More
Cycled here after beer drinkers recommended the engine bar. Just before my visit I heard a whisper the bar had closed. This appears to be the case. The cafe opens Friday to Sunday so no report to submit. No scaffolding on the mill, it does...More
My wife and I used to enjoy this cafe for super food and pleasant staff then the powers that be slung out the staff closed for refurbishment after a long time and many visits today we found the place open!!Whow what a change virtually no...More