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Farfield Mill, Sedbergh

(4.3/5 based on 130+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • Visited on a snowy day in March when it was too wet to walk in the hills. A warm welcome with good explanation of what was available. Interesting exhibitions and knowledgeable volunteers to explain th...  more »
  • This is a lovely place to explore if you like arts and crafts. There are different exhibitions and displays of painting, pottery, jewellery,quilting, fabrics and so on. The day we were there there wer...  more »
  • Hidden away just outside the town on the Garsdale Road it is easily overlooked however, it is worth a detour. Set on the banks of the Rawthey this old woollen mill has been lovingly rescued and now se...  more »
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  • Went there yesterday ,We'd,13 th July ,enjoyed it all ,it is a place with visiting , lots of interesting gifts , but I was ready for lunch in the cafe . The food was great and the staff very helpful and friendly ,thankyou
  • we only called in to the cafe for tea and this was friendly and nice
  • I love this place! I live in Scotland but have family down south and always try to pop in here when driving up or down. Beautiful hand crafted work, lots of inspiration and a good cafe, what's not to like?
  • This is basically a craft market in a converted mill. There are some historic exhibits, but it's hard to understand why one should pay any admission fee - let alone nearly £4 each - just to visit some high-priced craft shops and read static information panels. Without the admission fee it would be a good destination with a few interesting mill artefacts, but there are better things to do in the area in return for an admission fee.
  • Just what I love! Thanks for the recommendation