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We visited the Old Town mill in Lyme Regis in early June whilst on holiday. We planned to just have a quick look round the mill, but one of the volunteer millers, Gary, was there and gave one of the most interesting tours we have...More
Really informative to talk to a Miller applying his trade, very knowledgeable about milling and Town's history. Seeing the milling operation shows how important it is to educate children about the past and the importance of keeping traditions and need for slow food.
The Town Mill is a really nice place to visit.
Has a couple of places for food. Cafe type offering usual fare and a dearer restaurant type.
Has a working water mill that you can see.
Some shops in the courtyard. Brewery type shop, delicatessen...More
We stopped here at the end of a lovely walk down the valley. Lunch was really healthy and filling, the rhubarb cider I had could have easily tempted me to stay put in the sunshine for the rest of the afternoon. Don't miss it if...More
They do not have wheelchairs. However, the ground floor is easily accessible and has a chair so that you can view the working mill and the flow of milled flour. The further two floors are accessible by stairs only; although... More
They do not have wheelchairs. However, the ground floor is easily accessible and has a chair so that you can view the working mill and the flow of milled flour. The further two floors are accessible by stairs only; although the first floor (stone floor) could be reached by wheelchair through a fire escape and one step.