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This is a very old flour mill but also one of the last to stop working - as late as the 1950s. Go when the National Trust for Scotland site is open. Apart from a very interesting and entertaining tour of 30-45 minutes there are...More
We were here as part of an Outlander tour. We arrived early in the morning, well before it actually opens, so what we really saw was the outside and the waterwheel. We also walked up to the doocot, mostly for the exercise.
It was a...More
We had a very interesting and informative visit to this lovely old building. We were taken on an individual tour by Alastair who was very knowledgeable about the site and the workings of the mill. Thoroughly enjoyed our visit.
The wife is a huge Outlander fan. We showed up at 1130 because the National Trust website says it opens at 1230, and we wanted to ensure we were on the first tour. The paid employee was already there, opening up the place. Apparently it's...More
We thoroughly enjoyed our visit. A really interesting and informative tour of the fascinating and quirky looking oat mill. Great for all ages.
A really pretty spot and we enjoyed the short walk nearby along the stream to the fantasy dovecote. There were lots of...More
As with almost all National Trust of Scotland sites, you will not be disappointed.
This 18th century mill is the only one of its kind still in operation in East Lothian and still retains the original wooden paddles for the wheel (though some of them...More
This place is like something out of LOTR. Seriously go. It's beautiful, and whimsical. The little Mill and Mill pond then the river and bridge then the doocot. If you're in the area, highly recommend you visit. East Linton beside for lunch or Tynningham.
We love taking visitors to Preston Mill as the mill and its shape are so unusual and the history of it is very interesting. It is nice to walk around the area that the mill is located in. It is certainly one of the sights...More
Saramaddalena, the inside of the exhibit hall was used in Outlander, too. The docent was particularly helpful in pointing out where they filmed and there were pictures in the exhibit of some of the filming. Besides the mill... More
Saramaddalena, the inside of the exhibit hall was used in Outlander, too. The docent was particularly helpful in pointing out where they filmed and there were pictures in the exhibit of some of the filming. Besides the mill, the grasslands beyond it were also used. It's a pretty place all on its own, too.