A beautiful walk away from the road towards the coast. The two buildings have been reconstructed but are empty inside. Well worth a short walk to stretch your legs though, the path is excellently maintained and the scenery gorgeous on a sunny day.
We visited the Norse Mill and Kiln mid way between the Arnol Blackhouse and Callanish. It is a small but very interesting attraction set about a quarter of a mile back from the car parking area so may not suit infirm visitors. The buildings have been recreated from the originals with newly thatched roofs. They sit, charmingly, by a peaty... 更多
This was a first for us as we had often passed by the sign but had never gone, it was a lovely short walk from the carpark nd was a beautiful little Mill house nd Kiln, so quaint nd a picturesque setting and little stream running by..The Children loved it and us grown ups were pretty impressed too. Well worth... 更多
so well preserved and restored mill which is a short walk off the main road. the guest book did provide some entertainment reading the comments from some who would have preferred something more modern
Interesting insights into drying and milling the grain. We had a guide which was just as well as there was little information to be had at the site. It seems that little is made of the rich history of the area
We were on our way to the bridge to nowhere when we spotted the brown tourist information sign and decided to stop. sign said a half mile walk, but it only took about 10 minutes and it was a beautiful day. There are two wee blackhouses and you can get inside and see the mill, totally amazing. A great look... 更多
A short walk takes you from the road to the mill and kiln. It is interesting to trace the route of the water which fed the mill and to see the mill stones. The site was being restored during our visit but was still worth the walk.