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Charlecote Mill is the last working water mill in Warwickshire and still operates commercially producing stoneground flours. The mill opens to the public on the second Sunday of the month and bank holidays throughout the summer from 11.00Am to...more
So much history. Tour guide and miller very helpful and so knowledgeable. Very welcoming place and captivating.
Freshly milled flour too. Tour very informative. Tea and cake afterwards was lovely. Highly recommend. Learnt so much more than I expected. The time there was wonderful. Like...More
We visited the Mill Sunday 8 July and it has been a lovely experience.
The Mill is full of history and still working every day producing lovely flour that we purchased!
Our guide was very professional but the tour was full of curious tips that...More
We visited with our 15 months little girl and had a lovely day. The tour was interesting, the people very friendly and the local baker and beekeeper had lovely produce.
It was too hot for us to use the sling for our little girl but...More
A fascinating chance to see one of only 3 remaining working water mills in the UK. The guided tour was informative and entertaining. The setting on a tranquil bit of the Avon is just lovely. A fantastic job preserving this historic place and producing top...More
We visited Charlecote Park and were made aware of the open Mill at the National Trust visitor centre.
After the visit to the park we headed over to the mill. Parking was a bit of a challenge, but we managed to find everything.
Visted the Mill on Open day with my family , Mill was operating , guided tour was Excellent and the guide was incredibly informative.Entire place was welcoming and really friendly. My Nephew & Kid were very happy with the visit.
We visited on Easter Sunday when unfortunately due to high water levels the mill wasn't working. This did not spoil our visit at all. The owners are friendly, knowledable and obviously love their jobs! We found out a lot about the history of the mill...More
What a wonderful find. Fascinating old working water mill, a real gem. The owner gave us a very informative tour and was really friendly, thank you so much for making our day. My wife and friends brought some flour which we will be making bread...More