Dunster Working Watermill
Dunster Working Watermill
A restored Grade II listed watermill which dates to the 18th century, though there was a mill on this site as early as the Domesday Book of 1086. The mill was built in the late 17th century but extensively remodelled around 1779-1782 to form the buildng we see today.
The mill features a pair of overshot wheels to the east side, and the interior milling machinery is in full working order. The mill site is entered through a large gatehouse with a pointed arch and wrought-iron gates.

The mill is nominally a National Trust property, but is operated privately and National Trust members must pay full price for entry.