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The Miller's House Tea Room serves our delicious homemade cakes, savoury lunches, drinks and ice creams. All produce is made using locally sourced produce and cakes are made on site using our own stone-ground Heckington Windmill flours. Fresh tea and coffee are served, or you can buy a beer from the brewery and sit in the garden or courtyard with spectacular views of the windmill. Or you can choose to sit in the renovated Miller's Parlour - with Edwardian furniture and decor; The Miller's Study - a 1930's gem; or the garden room with direct access to the enclosed rear gardens and play equipment.
We have put in place measures to reduce the risk of Covid19, including hand sanitisers, increased cleaning regime and reducing the numbers of people in any one area. Please do visit and support us this year. Thank you
Well behaved dogs on leads are welcome on site and in the conservatory and garden room of the Miller's House. The garden is a lovely place to sit in the summer with tables and a climbing frame for children.
The original Mill House was built in 1891 for John Pocklington and his family when they first came to Heckington. The bricks used to build the mill house originally came from the tower at Boston that provided the 8 sails for Heckington.