Unwind and explore with a romantic adventure in the Dipley Mill gardens. The Doomsday Book listed Dipley Mill was a working flour mill until its country house conversion in 1927. It was one of six on the River Whitewater and its original granite grindstones can even be found set in the pavement at the front of the house.
The gardens are great whether you are after the peace and quiet of a country garden or just for a little bit of local history. End off your exploration of the gardens with a cup of tea and a slice of cake.
**Unfortunately, at this time, the gardens aren’t set up for wheelchair access**
Sorry no dogs are allowed
The Indian Pool Garden with its new, tropical look
The Mill diary
The garden doors are open from 2:00pm to 5:30pm on the following days for the National Garden Scheme open days:
2019 NGS Open Days
Sunday 2nd June
Sunday 16th June
Sunday 14th July
Sunday 4th August
Sunday 1st September
Sunday 29th September