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This would have been nice to see, but is only open 2 days a week so we had to settle for the walk in the nearby woods and looking at the outside.
As a general note, this year is a poor year to see Jersey...More
Interesting place to visit in a lovely wooded setting. National Trust members go free but it is only £3 for Adults and £2 for children. A lot of ladder like steps over three storeys so wear sensible foot wear.
The only working water mill on...More
This water mill is only open Mondays and Tuesdays but if you have an hour to spare its worth a visit. Good film before you tour which helps you understand the workings. Freshly ground flour from the mill to buy. Staff in the little cafe...More
I've driven past this place on so many occasions but fortunately I was out walking today in the beautiful St Peter's Valley and the mill was opened. So glad I popped in to this working water mill. I learnt all about the mechanics of water...More
We walked to this water mill from the War Tunnels, a pleasant walk over a fairly steep hill. It is in good working condition, and you can explore three floors from top to bottom. Admission is free if you have an England & Wales National...More
Tricky to find, like a lot of the smaller attractions on Jersey, but well worth seeking out. Friendly volunteers on reception and a sweet little herb garden outside. A well stocked shop and cafe, although we didn't have time to stop for refreshments. A fascinating,...More