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Fully restored watermill
A restored 18th-century watermill built on the site of a mill mentioned in the Domesday Survey of 1086.
The mill is set in peaceful surroundings alongside the River Avill and at the entrance to the Dunster Castle River gardens.
The watermill is fully operational. You can often see original milling here and even buy the flour produced.
Note: unlike Dunster Castle, the mill is not managed by the National Trust and so the admission charges apply to all visitors.