Howsham Mill

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Howsham Mill

Beautifully restored 18th Century water mill on the River Derwent in North Yorkshire. Built in 1755 as a folly in the mock Gothic style by the owner of nearby Howsham Hall. The mill is situated on a small wooded island in the river 400 m from the nearest road. Its waterwheel is now connected to a generator rather than turning stones to grind corn and together with an Archimedes Screw turbine generates electricity that is supplied to the National Grid. The building serves as an environmental education centre and meeting place for visitors to learn about the natural and historical heritage of the area.

Size (Sq Ft) 625
Price per day £400
Available for hourly hire Yes
Price per hour 50
Features
parking
electricity
cold water
hot water
toilet facilities
catering
accommodation nearby
negotiable price
better price for longer term
wifi
step-free access
16 amp socket
standard door access
high ceilings
Available Weekdays
Anyday
Available Time
Anytime
Crew Size
10-20
Country GB
City York
Other Additional Info

Access by public footpath or across field by arrangement.

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