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Teacake_Taster wrote a review Sep. 2020
Chesterfield, United Kingdom850 contributions250 helpful votes
“Coffee cake to die for” was the response of a previous reviewer and I can confirm this is still the case. Having seen the sign for this place many times we turned into the car park, tried to avoid hitting Attree and walked along the path by the river to the back of the mill. Definitely COVID safe with some excellent screens between the pews and tables and helpful friendly service. The mill is limited to flour and other things like biscuits and preserves but there is a variety of flours on sale. There is an interesting craft shop with some unusual items. Great on a nice sunny afternoon.…
Date of experience: September 2020
Muriel B wrote a review Sep. 2020
7 contributions1 helpful vote
Lots of different flour jams pickles chutney oils stroll down the river. In normal times I think you can have a tour of the mill .
Date of experience: August 2020
Paul B wrote a review Jul. 2020
Chesterfield, United Kingdom1,129 contributions222 helpful votes
Lovely to visit this peaceful and interesting place. The craft workshops were not open but the cafe and gift shop were in operation. The mill shop is also open selling their own flour and other items.
Date of experience: July 2020
Rudi Rudi wrote a review Mar. 2020
Washington DC, District of Columbia1,882 contributions149 helpful votes
What a wonderful adventure on a rainy day! I came to northern England for school break for my best pals. We had decided to do different day trips instead of big vacation. The mill was a good place for hot tea and lunch. We did a tour of the campus. Then spent way too much at the gift shop. We rewarded ourselves with a hot meal. In America we call them baked potatoes. Here the call them jacket potatoes. I asked for melted cheese on my potato. This was the first time anyone ever asked for melted cheese. Their toppings were all new to me. We had fantastic tomato soups on a cold and wet day. The parking lot was crowded. Be careful parking.…
Date of experience: October 2019
W417OCE wrote a review Mar. 2020
Swansea, United Kingdom60 contributions23 helpful votes
Caudwell's Mill is the last example of a working Edwardian flour mill. The mill itself is free to visit and you'll also find a cafe, gift shop, and a flour shop where you can purchase a very wide selection of different types of high-quality flours.
Date of experience: February 2020