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Flatford Mill, East Bergholt
(4.5/5 based on 500+ reviews on the web)
Explore the hamlet that was the inspiration for some of John Constable’s most famous paintings at Flatford Mill. Feel as though you’ve been transported into one of Constable’s works as you wander through the grounds, stroll beside the River Stour, and admire some of the charming historic buildings. Make use of one of the numerous footpaths that lead you through the surrounding countryside, which has been classified as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. To learn more about Constable, take a guided tour of the hamlet and view the exhibit about him in Bridge Cottage. Enjoy a cup of tea and a scone in the riverside tearoom. Pick up a souvenir from the gift shop and visit the onsite second-hand bookshop. Work out when and for how long to visit Flatford Mill and other East Bergholt attractions using our handy East Bergholt trip generator.
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  • The food is tasty, but very expensive. It's cost is similar to Costa or Starbucks but homemade (?). A bacon roll cost £4.50 and consists of two slices of bacon and a small roll. A mocha costs £2.70, a...  more »
  • Go for the views, that is the main attraction. There are occassional low key small events and things of interest to do the staff and cheery and enthusiastic. There's a walk from the Mill over to Dedha...  more »
  • An interesting place to visit. We would like to return in better weather and take more advantage of the walking routes. Very scenic and unspoiled-a real gem. A very pleasant tearoom. 
  • There is a great walk / rowing trip to Dedham from here. There is also a fantastic tea house. My only qualm is having to pay £4 for parking but, to be fair, that is the only thing you have to pay to be able to access / see a spectacular landscape
  • Very beautiful English countryside, especially if you know the works of John constable.
  • Flatford Mill is a wonderful visit. There is a great walk to Dedham (parking at Dedham and walking to Flatford is cheaper) and it is in the heart of Constable country, with an exhibition in his honour
  • Site where artist John Constable lived and painted some of his most famous works. Beautiful English countryside scene.
  • Very interesting and fascinating if you know the History of Constable. To see where he painted his most famous pictures is very interesting. Worth a visit.