Mapledurham Estate (Reading) Reviews
Description:Country estate located in Reading
Newest Review: ... the trees. We passed the picturesque watermill with its huge wheel harnessing the power of the water. The mill dating back to the 15th century is th only working one remaining on the Thames. Its £3 for an adult to visit whilst a child is £1. There is a joint ticket for the Watermill and house at £7 for adults and £3 for children. However we decided against visiting the watermill, as we were ... more
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by - written on 12/10/10 (Very useful, 141 readings)
Fans of war films will recognie the village of Mapledurham with its picturesque medieval church, watermill and a Tudor hall , from the 1970 Michael Cain film " The Eagle Has Landed" I'm not one but was still charmed by this lovely country estate "The Eagle Has Landed" is set in Norfolk whilst Mapledurham is located in a completely different part of the country on the river Thames four miles north of Reading. The first thing to note before planning a visit there is that it is a very seasonal attraction. Limited to weekend and bank holiday afternoon from Easter to September and Saturday afternoon in October. You can access Mapledurham by ... Read the complete review
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