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Horsey Windpump

Hall Farm Highway B, Horsey NR29 4EF, England
+44 1263 740241
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Tranquil

We visited the wind pump whilst still being renovated so were unable to go in but they are nearly... read more

Reviewed today
daulbyfamily
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Warrington, United Kingdom
Small and Lovely

A lovely little cafe and shop next to the Windpump run by the National Trust so all monies are put... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
Trevor V
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  • Excellent39%
  • Very good41%
  • Average12%
  • Poor7%
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Hall Farm Highway B, Horsey NR29 4EF, England
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Reviewed today

We visited the wind pump whilst still being renovated so were unable to go in but they are nearly finished. There is a lovely little cafe on the site and you are able to walk along the river or just sit and relax, it is...More

Thank daulbyfamily
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

A lovely little cafe and shop next to the Windpump run by the National Trust so all monies are put back to restoring this Windpump. A good selection of teas,coffees and light snacks in a lovely setting.

Thank Trevor V
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We keep our boat here and it is fabulous place!! Windmill has been fully restored and is really worth a visit. Cafe and very very clean toilets.

Thank Sarah M
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Good National Trust kiosk/tea room and this is such a peaceful backwater. Very good toilets and even a picnic table in a very pretty garden. Large free car park for NT members.

Thank TessaPolis
Reviewed 10 June 2017 via mobile

I wanted to visit here during our stay in Hemsby, but didn't actually look up exactly where it was or plan to go there. On a random drive through Winterton-on-sea then Somerton, we then stumbled across it. Flying visit as it was around 7pm, obviously...More

Thank MarkRayJ
Reviewed 6 June 2017

Very peaceful here and although you can not go into the windmill as it is under restoration it is a nice spot to go to. It has a small cafe and shop and the car parking is free for national trust members. If you went...More

Thank steve7572017
Reviewed 4 June 2017

At the moment it is still under renovation which is due to end very soon. It is a very pretty sight ,next to the river. There is a small tearoom for coffee, tea and snacks. Once renovation is completed a very interesting place to visit.

Thank Sue K
Reviewed 3 June 2017

This place is amazing and I am reluctant to share it with anyone because it is so special but I will.🙊 There is plenty of parking and free if you are an NT member. There is also a little cafe and tables outside. The wind...More

Thank Dobby4
Reviewed 1 June 2017

Arrived on an open day when the capstan was sat on the ground and the young millwright was sat discussing his craft and what was due to happen next week. Lovely walk around the edge of the Broad and usual great National Trust loos.

Thank Bill C
Reviewed 31 May 2017 via mobile

Currently being renovated. The boards were interesting but let's hope the restored exhibit really does the venue proud.

Thank Chase24
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