Stotfold Watermill, in its idyllic setting on the River Ivel, is unique. Having burnt down in 1992 it is now a Grade II listed watermill that has been completely rebuilt with three fully accessible floors to view.
Some machinery survived the fire and has been restored. Notable features are the 4.4 metre wide overshot cornmill watermill which is the widest in the country and the hursting frame originally installed in 1897 by Whitmore & Binyon.
The watermill is run and managed solely by volunteers, who run milling demonstrations on open days.
Quality stoneground flour is available to purchase from the gift shop, and you can relax with a hot drink and something tasty in our Tea Room.
Industrial heritage site
12.30pm-5.00pm on some Sundays, March-October. Check website for full details
Free on normal open days.