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We went here during half term and there was nobody there apart from a couple of families. God knows how you could spend a whole day here it’s awful. £25 to get in with a free return but the return just not worth it as...More
We happened to pass this place and it looked interesting so headed back the next day. We had never heard of it nor seen any adverts. It definitely deserves more advertising as it's well worth a visit. The water mill and museum are lovely to...More
Group of 4 of us turned up for a cream tea at about 3.30 pm. Having noticed the place closed at 5 pm we thought we would have a nice cream scone and a relaxing cup of tea.
We paid for our items and took...More
If you are able to climb old wooden stairs and duck around a bit this is a very interesting mill with surprisingly ingenious features. But the entry price is not justified. True, there is a cafeteria but that would not be a reason for visiting.
Excited when I arrived to see peacocks and beautiful scenery. Museum was interesting. But overall we wished we hadn't visited. Too many charges,including £10 a person entrance, £1.50 for animal feed they don't even want, £6 for golf and potentially £7 each for a boat...More
Been here several times, as a couple. With the grandkids and with our parents.
This place fit's all the bills.
A lovely, beautiful place to visit as a couple.
Boating and crazy golf for the kids.
nostalgic museums to keep the oldies happy.
We visited yesterday as we passed the day before and little one of wanted to try out the crazy golf, so glad we came back as we spent the whole day there. Lady on the front desk was very welcoming and helpful. Lots to explore...More
Visited on a Sunday afternoon in August. We expected the mill to be operating or at a minimum the wheel to be turning. Nope. We also expected someone to describe the mill to us or answer our questions. Nope. We got a couple of signs...More
The buildings and the setting are lovely, but that is it, it is SO run down. The museum side of the War memorabilia, and household items was very interesting. The mill building looks like it needs a good clear out of cobwebs, dust and muck...More