The north Norfolk village of Letheringsett is situated 1 mile east of the picturesque town of Holt and 10 miles from the coastal towns of Wells-next-the-Sea and Cromer, and is in the Glaven valley. The village has a history dating back to the Domesday Book and Letheringsett church, St Andrew's, has some interesting features and dates from around the 14th century.
The red brick mill in the pretty village of Letheringsett was built in 1802 and is located close to the historic market town of Holt, in north Norfolk. Letheringsett Watermill is the last remaining watermill in Norfolk to produce flour and was restored to working order by the late Mike and Marion Thurlow. The mill, on the River Glaven is today an award-winning tourist attraction and is run by Michelle, Mike and Marion’s daughter.
Tourist Attractions in Letheringsett
Riverside Road, Letheringsett Norfolk
Letheringsett Watermill is a restored watermill that produces organic and whole wheat flour and is the only working water powered mill in Norfolk. Located near Holt, in north Norfolk, visitors can throughout the year watch working demonstrations and go on a tour of this fascinating mill.
Accommodation in Letheringsett
Glaven Cottage is an exquisite Grade II listed cottage situated in an idyllic location on the banks of the River Glaven in Letheringsett. The unique and stylish three bedroom cottage dates back to 1870 and provides a wonderfully relaxing retreat for a couple, friends or a family.
A luxury Grade II listed barn conversion, forming part of the prestigious Maltings development; one of North Norfolk's landmark historic buildings. Situated just outside the lovely Georgian town of Holt, and only a short drive away from the coast at Blakeney and Cley-next-the-Sea, makes this is a perfect all year round holiday hideaway.