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Right in the centre of Boston this wonderful windmill is actually a working mill. On a Saturday you can have a tour with the very interesting miller who tells stories of the history and workings of the mill and his work in mills around the...More
Every Wednesday and Saturday John the Miller will take you back 200 years inspire you with his working knowledge of milling and mills. Show you top to sack of flower production. Leave you with a long lasting memory.
The windmill as a holiday rental was quirky comfortable and so convenient to the Town of Boston that we would be tempted to go again! The windmill sails are so comforting when they are working the sound is like being in the middle of the...More
We had wanted to visit this windmill while we were in Boston for the day. It was a Friday in August in the middle of the school holidays but unfortunately wasn't open which was a shame.
Windmill looked lovely and well kept from the outside...More
I spent a week staying in the old granary apartment which is adjoined to the Maud Foster Mill. It was a truly superb week, the facilities are brilliant and all appliances good quality. The layout and the restoration have been really tasteful and there are...More
A very interesting tour of this old working mill. We visited on a Saturday and had quite low expectations thinking it would be a quick look round based on the cheap price.
We were very pleasantly surprised at the interesting information and history given on...More
Popped in for a quick visit and were totally enchanted by the ingenuity and the simple genius of the internal workings of this historic but fully functioning mill.
The staff were friendly, knowledgeable and passionate. The range of milled goods was interesting and fairly priced,...More