Set in 35 acres of stunning rural landscape, Calbourne Water Mill contains one of the oldest working water mills in the country, dating back to the Domesday Book.
A fascinating day out for all the family, enjoy looking around the Mill, Museums, Wind Solar and Water Power displays.
Enjoy a walk through the Ancient Oak woodlands and around our ponds, cross the Rainbow Bridge to the Tranquil Island and discover the Dragon's home.
Other pleasant surprises are punt hire on the mill stream, golf on the putting course, and croquet on the lawn. Feed the peacocks, doves, ducks and fish in the mill ponds.
Flour - Muesli - Porridge.
Lots of different mixes.
Oats rolled using Water Power at Calbourne Water Mill.
" I received my porridge yesterday. I just wanted to email you to say how pleased I am with it. I sampled it last night (blueberry), and its honestly the nicest porridge I have ever tasted! "
Sample our traditional home cooked food, Sunday Roasts prepared with fresh vegetables, our Home Baked Breads, Cakes, and delicious Clotted Cream Teas in our fully licenced café and gift shop.
Milling is daily at 3pm during the summer season (except Saturdays).
Visit the Water Mill Pottery where you can see our potters at work.
The Water Mill offers Milling courses run by
Neal Smith, Millwright AIWSC
For further information please telephone: 01983 531227
or email: Calbourne Water Mill
22nd March to 8th November
10.00 am to 5.00pm 7 DAYS A WEEK
Sorry we are CLOSED till March 2014
Online Store open 24/7/365
FREE RETURN VISITS
Concessions Seniors/Disabled/Cyclist £6.00
Children (5-16yrs) £4.00
Children under 5yrs FREE
Family Ticket (2 x Adults and up to 3 x Children) £19.00
Tents / Caravans/ Campervans
£6 per pitch per night for family of 4, extra per head £2 - under 5's free.
Special Offers For 2013
Book 5 nights and get 2 FREE - £18, Book 7 nights and get 3 FREE - £24