Where to eat and shop at the Mill

Visit Randall’s Tea Room or snoop around the Kingfisher Gift Shop.

Contact Details:

  • enquiries@stotfoldmill.com
  • 01462 734541
  • Online Enquiry Form

Randall's Tea Room

No visit would be complete without taking time out to savour the delights of our award-winning tea room. The menu includes soup with bread rolls (no sandwiches), delicious cakes, cream teas and Fairtrade tea and coffee, all served by our friendly team of volunteers.

On display in the tea room are paintings by a group of talented local artists; many of the works are for sale.

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Kingfisher Gift Shop

The Kingfisher Gift Shop stocks a great selection of items suitable for all ages. It specialises in our best selling bags of Stotfold Mill’s high quality stone-ground flour, which is recommended for making bread, plus our porridge oats and bran. We also stock award winning  jam and chutney as well as locally produced honey.

Why not take a look around on your next visit to Stotfold Watermill and Nature Reserve.

Stotfold Mill Flour

Our milling team is committed to producing a top quality product using grain sourced from a local farm on the Barton Hills. You can witness the traditional milling process in action during one of our open days.

Once again The Mill will be grinding Skyfall wheat, which proved very successful last year. Find out about our award winning flour, where you can buy it from and what you can bake with it!

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Open Dates & Times

Stotfold Watermill is a great day out for all the family and is open to the public on various dates throughout the year. The Nature Reserve which adjoins the Mill is open all year round.

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Shop At The Mill

The Kingfisher Gift Shop stocks a selection of gift items suitable for all ages. It specialises in our own high quality stone-ground flour, which is recommended for making bread.

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Join As A Volunteer

Our volunteer teams are the vital cogs that keep the Mill and Nature Reserve running. Can you spare some time to join the teams which enable us to open the Mill to visitors?