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An eighteenth century working watermill museum and bakery. The mill produces organic stoneground flour and artisan loaves are handmade in the bakery. The majority of our organic grain is grown on a neighbouring farm giving our flour and bread the...more
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Redbournbury Lane, Redbourn Road, St Albans AL3 6RS, England
What a great and instructive day. Learnt to make many different types of bread properly rather than by just sticking ingredients in a bread making machine. Took the results home and amazed my family... most favourably! This was an excellently organised day delivered in a...More
Been to visit this working mill today.
Firstly somthing that doesn't happen
Very often but it was free. The people running the Mill are very friendly and we're happy to answer questions. The building itself was fabulous and The Four Floors of information with seamless...More
Splendid working mill, showing the history of the mill and its place in the local environment. Described are the full workings which you can see first hand. You can buy freshly ground flour and other products. Great place all round.
The baking masterclass with Steven is a fantastic day and a must for anyone interested in bread making. A fully hands on experience that is such good fun, with loads of tasty goodies to take home and share with friends and family (even an pizza!)...More
What a brilliant day spent with Steve learning to make different doughs for bread, pizza and rock cakes . Great fun but learnt a lot. Steve was a very good teacher but made it fun. Would thoroughly recommend this experience
Very interesting visit to a working mill. You can see flour being milled and then buy the result in the form of very nice bread in different forms.
There is a nice Tea Shop there and lovely walks from the Ford.
We walked here from St Albans and ate our picnic lunch in the grounds with the added bonus of freshly baked goodies.
Explored the Watermill and it’s history. Admission is free and you can absorb the history and the pleasure of milking.
Cakes and bread...More
I have just spent a fantastic day learning to bake a large variety of breads under the expert tutelage of Steven the baker. The day kicked off at 0930 with coffee, pastries and a chat with my 5 other fellow novices on the course! Next...More
Response from Justin J | Property representative |
Admission to the Mill is free and there is no need to book for a visit to the Mill on Saturday morning or Sunday afternoon.
Bookings for the baking class can be made by emailing the link on our website.