Sarehole Mill overlooks an idyllic waterside view; the Mill Pond. Home to a collection of wildlife and beautifully wild gardens, it is one of the joys of visiting the property.
A long decking area at the rear of the building looks out onto the water. A small jetty is used by visitors to the Mill for pond dipping to discover the local wildlife.
Waterside planting encourages an ecosystem to grow. Blooming country flowers are prominent features in the garden.
Following the quirky layout of the property, the garden has nooks and crannies too. Vibrant flowerbeds and a wide range of different flowers create a welcoming country garden.
It is the simple, relaxed restoration of Sarehole Mill which gives this museum its charm. Such care has been taken to create a wonderfully rural atmosphere, staying true to the Mill’s original purpose. At the front of the property, an old millstone is propped up for understated decoration.
Visiting Sarehole Mill and the Mill Pond is taking a step back to simpler times; hidden from the bustling city by vibrant foliage and a quintessentially country garden, the property is a rustic delight to explore. Open Tuesday to Sunday, take a look at Sarehole Mill to help plan your trip.
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