Moulin de Quetivel

Moulin de Quetivel
Le Moulin de Quétivel
Le Mont Fallu
St. Peter’s Valley
Jersey
JE3 1HU

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Telephone

01534 745408

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There are two on-site car-parks, the one adjacent to the Mill serving as a disabled parking area. The site can also be accessed by parking at the sign-posted Mill Pond car park and following the Mill leat (stream) through the Trust-owned woodland of Le Don Gaudin, towards the Mill. The walk takes approximatively 10 minutes and you might see a red squirrel on the way !



Le Moulin de Quétivel is a water mill located on a site where there has been mills since the early 14th century. It has been restored to working order by the Trust and grinds its own flour. Apart from the machinery, the mill includes a display of Neolithic quern stones found in Jersey, an exhibition on the history of milling and a video room where you can watch a 20 minute film about Quétivel. Our mill shop sells fresh stone-ground floor as well as a range of gifts, many of which are locally produced. Outside, there is a small garden where over 50 different types of herb flourish.

Venue Type:

Industrial heritage site

Opening hours

From 20th May to 25th September, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday only from 10 am to 4 pm.

Admission charges

Adults £2.00, entry free if under 16 years. OAP / Students £1.50. Free entry with National Trust memberships cards (Jersey, UK, Australia, etc.)

Discounts

  • National Trust

Ground-floor Trust shop selling organic flour ground at the Mill and a wide range of environmentally themed / locally-produced gifts
Ground-floor video room telling the Mill’s story
Interpretation panels and displays on the top floor
Painting of Mill life by local artist Jason Butler
Herb Garden containing over 40 species

Collection details

Agriculture, Architecture, Social History, Trade and Commerce

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