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Norse Mill and Kiln

A858 | Loch Roinavat, Scotland
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Interesting place

Well marked from the road. Small car park by a Loch. About 10 minutes stroll to see the mill... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
Pam D
,
Nottingham, United Kingdom
not accessible for less able bodied

disappointed that the gate from the car park is not accessible for the less able bodied or if you... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Jacqueline K
,
Nairn, United Kingdom
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  • Average8%
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“short walk” (13 reviews)
“car park” (12 reviews)
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A858 | Loch Roinavat, Scotland

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Reviewed 5 days ago

Well marked from the road. Small car park by a Loch. About 10 minutes stroll to see the mill. Free entry.

Thank Pam D
Reviewed 1 week ago

disappointed that the gate from the car park is not accessible for the less able bodied or if you are not a size 10 in clothes! The gates either side of the pedestrian access were locked and we could not get through from the car...More

Thank Jacqueline K
Reviewed 23 March 2017

In the lovely village of Shabost this somewhat hidden gem is worth a wee stop. It is a nice stroll to get to the Mill and Kiln, not overly far but be prepared for a bit of a walk. The views of course are lovely,...More

Thank dailyscott
Reviewed 3 September 2016

A beautiful walk away from the road towards the coast. The two buildings have been reconstructed but are empty inside. Well worth a short walk to stretch your legs though, the path is excellently maintained and the scenery gorgeous on a sunny day.

Thank Neil M
Reviewed 28 August 2016 via mobile

Agree with other reviews..picturesque short walk.. interesting information..lovely building..and free! About 30 to 60 minutes to visit

1  Thank Kristine N
Reviewed 22 August 2016 via mobile

No visitor centre, no café, just a tiny car park and a quarter-mile trek to this absolute gem, beautifully maintained by a local community trust: clearly a labour of love. Spectacular setting by the mill burn, which is inevitably also popular with midges. Bring a...More

Thank David F
Reviewed 9 August 2016 via mobile

We visited the Norse Mill and Kiln mid way between the Arnol Blackhouse and Callanish. It is a small but very interesting attraction set about a quarter of a mile back from the car parking area so may not suit infirm visitors. The buildings have...More

Thank DJM1965
Reviewed 29 July 2016 via mobile

This was a first for us as we had often passed by the sign but had never gone, it was a lovely short walk from the carpark nd was a beautiful little Mill house nd Kiln, so quaint nd a picturesque setting and little stream...More

Thank Martyne04
Reviewed 19 June 2016

Worth a look- interesting hut and a lovely short walk from the car park to the mill. Just off the main road.

Thank Andrew D
Reviewed 12 June 2016

so well preserved and restored mill which is a short walk off the main road. the guest book did provide some entertainment reading the comments from some who would have preferred something more modern

Thank Alastair C
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