Mapledurham House and Watermill nestle snugly along side the river Thames in South Oxfordshire. The house is Elizabethan and has been the family home of the Blount's for over 500 years.
Visitors to the house will see a collections of portraits and paintings, original ceilings, grand oak staircases and the beautiful chapel decorated in Strawberry Hill Gothick.
The watermill is the last remaining on the river Thames and still produces flour which is available (together with its by products) for in the well stocked gift shop. Cream teas, made from the flour milled in the watermill, are available together with a selection of delicious cakes.
We open on Saturdays, Sundays and Bank Holidays from Easter until the end of September