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Currently closed for maintenance

Due to a safety precaution the mill was closed at point of visit with no sails but as disappointing... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Paul R
Framlingham, United Kingdom
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Sunday lunch.

Good old carvery from a real piece of joined up meat-not that old flat catering junk that could be... read more

Reviewed 30 October 2017
Ipswich, United Kingdom
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2 weeks ago
“Currently closed for maintenance”
30 Oct 2017
“Sunday lunch.”
Suggested duration: < 1 hour
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| The Mill House, Framlingham IP13 9QQ, England
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Due to a safety precaution the mill was closed at point of visit with no sails but as disappointing as this might be the reason for closing is to allow for refurbishment ready for 2019 season and lucky visitors visiting from the spring. Having been...More

Thank Paul R
Reviewed 25 August 2018 via mobile

Like the previous review, the mill is still closed for essential maintenance. It doesn't give an estimated reopening date. There is no on-site parking, but it appears that you can park on nearby roads/grassed areas for visiting. Only about 8 minutes drive from Framlingham Castle,...More

Thank IceGemzB
Reviewed 21 July 2018

Sadly this interesting windmill was closed when we visited, for essential maintenance work. It is clearly visible from the road side.

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Reviewed 15 May 2018

Saxtead Green Windmill offers a view into a world long since departed. The exterior is a wonderful, and rare, example of a windmill architecture, but once inside you are transported into a world long since vanished.

Thank KevinSadler2364
Reviewed 30 October 2017 via mobile

Good old carvery from a real piece of joined up meat-not that old flat catering junk that could be anything.Went for the pork and a little beef ,very generous portions.More than I would usually eat.Spuds and veg good, staff very pleasant.Beer a little flat stopped...More

Thank Cube105
Reviewed 30 June 2017

Being relatively local we've driven past on countless occasions and never stopped to take a look ... until today. Paraphrasing the website - Saxtead Green Post Mill is a corn mill whose whole body revolves on its base and is one of many built in...More

Thank Ken H
Reviewed 23 April 2017 via mobile

Beautifully preserved working post mill. Every floor is accessible, but while the lack of intrusive warning and prohibitive signs is welcome, a bit of labeling would be welcome - while much is obvious and we bought a guidebook, but since every floor requires 2 hands...More

Thank bigbird314
Reviewed 29 August 2016

Parking is outside on the neighbouring green unless you are a member of staff in which case you can park your car at the base of the windmill to spoil visitor's photos. Entry is a rather strange £4.10 - not sure how they arrived at...More

Thank Caverkat
Reviewed 24 August 2016 via mobile

Always wanted to visit this beauty of a windmill and was not disappointed. We chose a beautiful day as well and the Postmill is actually bigger than I expected. It has three floors in the roundhouse and three floors above that. It wasn't too expensive...More

Thank lol015
Reviewed 12 August 2016

Set in the middle of fields, this is an interesting survivor of an old industry. You need to be able to climb steep stairs to take advantage of the views. Some displays on its history and workings. No onsite parking. Small shop and friendly attendant....More

Thank KAW687
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