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We welcome all visitors to the Mill, and want to ensure your experience is a pleasurable one. We hope the following information is useful when planning your visit. Please bear in mind that, due to the nature of the historic site and buildings, there are a number of uneven surfaces and low overhead beams.
The Mill Building and Gallery
The main entrance point is via a door with a two inch step, at the top of a fairly short incline. The path leading up to this door is uneven, but is often negotiated by people using wheelchairs.
Once inside the building, access is very good for the ground floor. All areas are easy to reach and the shop area has been designed to give plenty of space to move around. Access from the craft shop to the working part of the mill is easy.
There is no wheelchair access to the main gallery on the first floor, and the stairs are very steep. However, staff in the craft shop are happy to bring down individual pieces for anyone who is unable to use the stairs.
The restaurant has three seating areas:
The outside terrace area is fully accessible.
The downstairs area is accessed from either the terrace or the courtyard.
The terrace entrance has a slight graduation - the doorway however is narrow. The easier way is via the courtyard entrance, which has a steeper incline up to the entrance but with a much wider door.
Unfortunately the upstairs seating area is not accessible for wheelchair users.
We are more than happy to reserve seating downstairs for people using wheelchairs - please call the restaurant before your visit - 01395 567041.
Our Food Shop has full wheelchair access.
We have a toilet with wheelchair access - please ask a member of our staff.