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Places to go on your holiday - Calbourne Mill

Calbourne Mill

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Calbourne Watermill is the only working mill on the Isle of Wight.

It is set within 35 acres of stunning rural landscape, containing one of the oldest working water mills in the country, dating back to the Domesday Book.

A fascinating day out for all the family, where you will be able to enjoy looking around the working Water Mill, small War Museum and many rural exhibits. The Water Mill has a pottery with a family clay-play area, which is great for all ages.

You can also hire a punt which takes you out onto the mill stream, you can also have a game of golf, or play croquet on the lawn. There's also an area to feed the peacocks, doves, ducks and fish in the mill ponds.

Daily Milling is at 3pm during the summer season (except Saturdays). Visit the Water Mill Pottery where you can see their potters at work.