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Tourist31406353230 wrote a review Sep 2019
Dorset, United Kingdom27 contributions6 helpful votes
Beautiful setting and very interesting. Makes a very good visit. No facilities but you can go to Barford's ice cream or the Red Lion Pub which are both close. Don't forget to admire Dorset's oldest bridge which is next to the Mill.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Debbi S wrote a review Aug 2019
Dorset, United Kingdom383 contributions11 helpful votes
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Took our friends here today as its not too far. Parking is on the opposite side of the road. It's only open Easter to October at weekends. £3.50 each of you're not a national trust member. We could join a guided tour if we wanted but decided to just look around. Very interesting little place. We also took a walk to the nearby bridge to look over the river stour
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Tim O wrote a review Aug 2019
Stalbridge, United Kingdom242 contributions70 helpful votes
A National Trust property that is overwhelmed by the nearby Kingston Lacey and it should not be. Wonderfully informative tour that had all members of the tour party from 7- 70 absolutely spellbound. Wonderfully interesting beautifully and naturally presented and full of interesting facts and social history. Do not miss it and then go and have lunch at the Red Lion or an ice cream at Barford Ice Cream Farm
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Ginlover73 wrote a review Aug 2019
Lancashire, United Kingdom29 contributions19 helpful votes
This is a not a working Mill, but interesting to see as parts date back hundreds of years and have been conserved by the National Trust. You are free to explore yourself or be taken by a guide. We opted for the guide, who was very knowledgable and friendly but did have a tendency to deviate from the history of the mill and share with us all sorts of other unrelated stories and bits of information. Consequently, despite being a small mill it was a very long tour. I can away feeling I’d have liked to known more about the mill and less about the other bits. It was still interesting and worth a visit. There are no toilet facilities or cafe but easy to find these back in the village if needed.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Manohar50 wrote a review May 2019
Titchfield, United Kingdom184 contributions22 helpful votes
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Decided to visit the mill on the way back home. We were not disappointed. Joined a tour of the mill and learnt a lot about its history, it’s workings and it’s place in history prior to the Industrial Revolution. The guide was very knowledgeable and thorough in his explanations on the working parts of the mill. The mill is on the River Stour and the nearby bridge is the oldest in Dorset. The mill is part of the old Kingston Lacey estate. It’s a beautiful, picturesque, tranquil and relaxing spot and is well worth a visit.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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