Crabble Corn Mill (Dover) Reviews
Description:Address: Lower Road / River / Dover / Kent CT17 0UY / The current mill was built in 1812 alongside an existing mill ... more
Newest Review: ... admission to the mill and you are free to walk around at your leisure. If you wish you have a guided tour of the mill then you are required to pay an additional £1 on entry. Opening Times Crabble Corn Mill is open from Tuesday to Sunday from 11am until 5pm from Easter to September. From October to Christmas and March to Easter, the mill is open on weekends only from 11am until 5pm. The ... more
Customer Crabble Corn Mill (Dover) Reviews (1)
by - written on 08/09/11 (Very useful, 34 readings)
I moved to Dover in 2007 for work purposes and have been settled here ever since. However, it has only been since I met my partner two years ago that I have actually started visiting the local attraction in Dover. One attraction that is often overlooked is the Crabble Corn Mill. Location Crabble Corn Mill is located on the outskirts of Dover in a small village called River. Admittedly, it is rather tucked away and by6 no means on a main road so I can see how encouraging tourists to this attraction must be difficult. Cost The admission costs for Crabble Corn Mill are more than reasonable with adults being charged £4 and children and OAP's ... Read the complete review
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