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Although the website has informed me the windmill was not open, I still took a side trip to find the windmill. It's surprisingly well hidden - you expect to see it from a distance, but that isn't so. It's at the end of dead-end road,...More
Visited as something quick to do, having just checked into our accomodation for the week.
The tea room has a great selection of cake and drink, and the staff in there were lovely. We then took a tour of the windmill, led by Graham, and...More
Beautifully restored windmill.
On arrival you drive through a housing estate and then, if by magic the windmill appears...... And it looks like how you imagine a windmill.
The windmill is linked to the tea room / community hall - what a fab location for...More
This windmill has just been restored to its old glory. It is just 15 minutes walk from the town centre and it is possible to have a brunch or the and cake. The location is very quiete and there are few table just outside the...More
We called in to take photos of the windmill but found it still surrounded by fencing, an closed. Not to worry we went in the excellent café within the grounds and had a lovely cup of tea and cake. Staff were really friendly and chatty....More