Information panels describe the Mill’s thousand years of history and the restoration after the disastrous fire of 1992 and our Milly Mouse signs direct visitors’ attention to key points around the building giving an insight into the milling process and the history of the Mill and its restoration. ‘Milly Mouse’s Missing Words Trail’ leaflet is designed for children to explore the trail for themselves. There is also a guidebook available for sale in the Kingfisher gift shop and volunteer guides are available to answer visitors’ questions.

The Mill stands in an eight acre Local Nature Reserve with plantings of native trees, hedges and a wildflower meadow. Ponds of varying depths benefit birds, insects and amphibians with living willow hides and a pond dipping platform. There is a lovely one mile walk with a wide grass path which ambles through the meadows and along the riverside.

There are handy signposts and information panels strategically positioned around the walks with a shelter, benches and picnic tables at various points.

Open daily except 07/08 May and 08/09 October.
Access is via the free car park.

Stotfold Watermill & Nature Reserve
Mill Lane, Stotfold
Bedfordshire SG5 4NU

Telephone 01462 734541

Opening Dates and Times 2017

March 26
April 9, 23
May 6*, 7*, 21
June 3, 4, 18
July 2, 9, 14, 15, 16, 23, 30
August 6, 13, 20
September 3, 10, 17, 24
October 7*, 8*, 22

*Admission charges apply and opening 10.30 – 5pm on these dates only

Mill and Tea Room 12.30pm – 5.00pm
Milling 1.00pm – 4.00pm

Please Note:  Milling flour and oats will be carried out on the open days listed above, water levels permitting.