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Kingsbury Watermill, St Albans, Hertfordshire

Kingsbury Watermill
St Michael's Street
St Albans
Hertfordshire

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Historic Watermill with working water wheel, artifacts, farm implements and a gift shop. There is a unique Waffle Restaurant in the Mill building serving freshly baked Belgian-style waffles in this delightfully informal venue on the outskirts of the town centre. The kitchen cares about quality and makes use of everything from stone ground flour, free-range eggs and organically farmed meat.

The Waffle House is a unique and popular restaurant serving sweet and savoury Belgian-style waffles located inside Kingsbury Watermill, which dates from the 16th century and has been restored. The ground floor workings of the mill are still visible within The Waffle House restaurant. Months Open: All year from 9am - please see website for current seasonal opening times. Please note that there is no museum or gift shop at Kingsbury Watermill and no admission fee.

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Nearest Train Station: St Albans
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Nearest UK Airport: Luton
Months Open: All year 10 - 6pm (11 - 6pm Sundays, 5pm close in Winter)
Admission Price: £1.10; (children 60p, Conc 75p)
Catering: Café/Restaurant

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