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Walford Mill Crafts welcomes you to the beautiful listed Mill building on the outskirts of Wimborne town centre. Here you can enjoy a wonderful display of contemporary crafts from local and national makers, leading exhibitions and the Millstream...more
Attended the bar on site as part of an evening reception. Live music was good, but a little bit too loud. Service was friendly and reasonably priced although only beer on draught.
didn't visit the craft centre as it was closed - we visited at...More
Excellent food - superbly cooked by chef Marc - highly recommend this venue for any special occasion - many very happy customers and compliments going around on this lovely occasion in a glorious setting.
We checked the trip advisor website link and the opening time information cited the Mill is open everyday of the week. We travelled there from our holiday base ( 1 hour journey) on Monday 20th August and yep - the Mill is closed on Monday's....More
Just a half hour drive from home is this craft centre with a cafe/bistro in a peaceful corner of Wimborne. Sitting at an outside table under the trees, the three of us opted for the crab and avocado salad with a side of triple cooked...More
I imagine it virtually impossible not to be impressed with a number of engaging options available at Walford Mill. If you've got the fat checkbook, they'll help you lighten the load. We walked about for twenty minutes and generally decided that overall such quality could...More
What can I say about this place. Wonderful food, marvellous location and excellent staff. Enjoy a coffee or something to eat while sitting by the river.
Pop in to the craft centre and pick up a unique gift. You can then walk along the river...More
As a wheelchair user we parked in the disabled bays and displayed my blue badge. We were immediately accosted by a very officious woman who told my companion we could not park there unless properly disabled. At the time he was struggling to get my...More