Shopping at Quarry Bank
Stop by one of the shops at the mill or the garden. Browse our second-hand bookshop. Keep an eye out for our range of Quarry Bank fabrics woven right here at the mill.
Discover beautiful homewares, gifts and more in the Mill Shop. Browse a wide selection of candles, soaps, bath soaks and cermaics, all made by local makers within 30 miles of Quarry Bank.
Source unique Quarry Bank fabrics woven right here on site. These fabrics are 100% cotton and printed locally. You can choose from a variety of colourful stripes, plains and prints. Some of the 18th century inspired toile designs feature scenes from Quarry Bank itself, and make for unique souvenirs.
Whatever your gardening plans may be, there’s something to help you get the job done. From to tools to seeds, plants to pots, you'll find plenty here. Find inspiration and gift ideas in the Garden Shop, next to the Walled Garden.
Tucked inside the old stables, you can browse the shelves and stumble across a range of titles and genres including fiction, history, gardening and cooking as well as children’s books, travel writing and collectables.
Donating your second-hand books
If you would like to donate any books please send us an email and we’ll get back to you with arrangements. It is through your support that we can work together and care for this special place.
Looking for some refreshment? Choose from three venues at Quarry Bank, which include a riverside restaurant and a garden café. Each of them offers a range of hot and cold meals, snacks, cakes and bakes.
Wander through the dramatic valley garden, stroll by the river and tune into the sights and sounds of the season as you explore this rare retreat where nature and industry collide.
Pull on your walking boots and stride out on a walk through the 400-acre estate. Follow the river through woodland to discover a historic landscape bursting with wildlife.
Step inside the mill which led the way into the Industrial Revolution and experience the machines in action. Visit the homes of mill owner and worker to see what life here was like.