Is an 18th century timber-framed mill and part of the Eastnor Castle Estate. It was bought in about 1700 and has medieval origins. It was modernised in 1812. Originally it housed two sets of mill stones but one was removed. Recently a bolter has been restored and fitted. The 1820 iron overshot waterwheel is one of the oldest in the county. The mill had worked with water power until the 1920s, when the miller and the farmer, who farmed the land where the water entered the mill leat, had a row, and the supply was cut. The machinery then was powered by a tractor until the 1940s.

The water supply has recently been reinstated and the machinery overhauled so it is now workable. The mill can be visited by appointment


The mill as existing now with one pair of mill stones


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The mill  with two pairs of mill stones


Eastnor Castle lies in Herefordshire at the foot of the Malvern Hills on the edge of the Cotswolds. Surrounded by a beautiful deer park, arboretum and lake Besides being a fascinating and award-winning visitor attraction. The Castle fulfills other roles as an exclusive-use wedding venue, corporate, team building, and private party venue, as well as a venue for product launches and location filming.

Visitors and guests can stay on the estate in either of the beautifully refurbished holiday cottages or enjoy camping or caravanning on the Eastnor Deer Park Campsite. Guests who are part of a wedding, business or private party can stay in the castles beautiful bedrooms, and our highly professional team is on hand to organise every aspect of your visit.

The Castle shares a proud heritage with Land Rover Experience who have been based on the Eastnor Estate for over 50 years and a valuable relationship still remains in place to this day.