Things to do in Northumberland Scottish Borders
Visitor-Attractions in Scotland
Description: A working water mill, where locally grown wheat is ground to make a stoneground wholemeal flour. A miller is on hand to demonstrate and explain the process.
Situation – OS ref: NT 933384
How to get there:
By car:Off the B6354 Ford to Etal road.
By public transport: Local bus service.
Seasonal opening details (2016):
March to end October 2016.
Open 1000-1700 daily,
Gift shop with wide range of bakery products and other quality gifts.
Tea room and restaurant.
Adults £3.80 Concs. £3.20 Family(2 adults + 2 children) £10.00 U5's free
** Joint Tickets for entry to Heatherslaw Mill & Lady Waterford Hall - tickets offer approx 15% off normal admission charges **
Adults £5.60; concs £4.30; family ticket £15.50 (2 adults & 3 children.
Last entry to Mill: 45 minutes before closing.
Viewing by appointment is welcomed at other times.
Tel: 01890 820338
Heatherslaw Light Railway
Educational and Group visits welcome by appointment.
Ford and Etal
Places to stay nearby:
Local towns and villages:
Heatherslaw Mill, England