Dunster Working Watermill

Dunster Working Watermill (also known as Castle Mill) is a restored 18th century watermill, situated on the River Avill, in the grounds of Dunster Castle in Dunster, Somerset, England.

The present mill, which was built around 1780, is built on the site of a mill mentioned in the Domesday Book and was restored to working order in 1979. It has been designated by English Heritage as a grade II listed building.

The mill is still used to grind wheat flour. Restoration work, completed in 2007, was funded by the Exmoor Sustainable Development Fund. The site is visited by around 10,000 tourists a year.

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