- Bike racks
- Tea room
- Baby changing in ladies toilets
The grounds, tearoom and shop at this Historic Property are dog friendly. Well behaved dogs, kept on leads, are welcome to join you on your visit. Our staff will provide water and drinking bowls.
Assistance dogs are welcome inside all of our historic properties, gardens, tearooms and shops. Non-Assistance dogs are not allowed in the historic spaces or on the tours.
Please use the Accessibility Guides website pages for Sarehole Mill for access information and a downloadable guide to help you plan your visit.
The ground floor of the Mill where the waterwheel gears and flour bins are located, the miller's house, the granary and the bakehouse are fully accessible to visitors with mobility difficulties.
There are accessible toilets off the stable block where baby changing facilities can also be found.
If you require a chair during your visit please ask a member of staff who would be happy to help.
We have a number of portable hearing loops that are used across all of our venues. To ensure one is available for your visit please book in advance by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org.
Social Stories are guides which aim to prepare individuals with autism for social situations by letting them know what to expect. You can download the Family Social Story (PDF) for a visit to Sarehole Mill.