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We were looking for the National Woollen Museum, and read that there would be brown road signs... read more

Reviewed 16 July 2015
BasildonJohn
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Basildon, United Kingdom
Great Experience and Interesting

Visited whilst on holiday with my 15 year old daughter. Mr Morgan was very polite and answered any... read more

Reviewed 18 August 2017
Dawn B
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Barnstaple, United Kingdom
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28 Apr 2018
“A real rip-off and a health & safety nightmare”
18 Aug 2017
“Great Experience and Interesting”
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Capel Dewi, Llandysul SA44 4PH, Wales
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Reviewed 28 April 2018

We love mills and because this one is small, felt that the hour and a half drive there would be worth while - how wrong, and what a waste of our holiday time! We paid £6 to get in and spent about 10 minutes there...More

1  Thank jane w
Reviewed 18 August 2017

Visited whilst on holiday with my 15 year old daughter. Mr Morgan was very polite and answered any questions. It was amazing seeing the Working Water Mill , and all the elaborate machines that is needed to produce beautiful patterned textiles that are made into...More

Thank Dawn B
Reviewed 14 February 2017

The mill is operated by one man and will very likely close down when he retires. Many of the objects in the shop were made in the mill, and it still produces cloth to order. There is a small charge to see the mill museum,...More

1  Thank KiwiCymraeg
Reviewed 7 August 2016

We were staying not far from here for a weeks holiday and had seen lots of signs for this mill and assumed it would be worth a visit. Having worked in the textile industry, I was keen to show my children a working mill and...More

Thank kangaroosu
Reviewed 31 July 2015

My husband wanted to visit a real working water mill. The water wheel was working and that was interesting but the inside if the mill was very untidy, dirty and rather chaotic, it did not take long to go around. Mr Morgan was very helpful...More

Thank Jenny C
Reviewed 29 July 2015

A very interesting visit to a small working mill. It was lovely to see the water mill working, The shop had a lot of offers which made a good discount if you wanted to buy any of the items woven at the mill.

1  Thank griffithshj
Reviewed 16 July 2015

We were looking for the National Woollen Museum, and read that there would be brown road signs directing us to it. So when we saw the signs to Rock Mill we followed them. The narrow access road and small buildings suggested that this was not...More

Thank BasildonJohn
Reviewed 12 July 2015

This a very small concern but is still a fascinating place to visit. You do need nerves of steel to get there. The road is steep down and then up the other side. It is not really designed for people with mobility problems. The steps...More

2  Thank LadyGail62
Reviewed 9 June 2015

An original water powered woollen mill, unusually with the wheel still being turned by water from the leat off the river.Tons of atmosphere.Great to see that the mill and machinery have not been over restored, hence you gtet a feeling of how it was in...More

1  Thank Nigel B
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