Photograph © Tony Simmons


Combe Steam & Watermill, near Woodstock

Grid reference: SP 416 150
OS sheet: 164
Postcode: OX29 8ET
About 8 miles north-west of Oxford, off A4095 Whitney to Bicester road, north of Long Hanborough.

There has been a watermill here on the River Evenlode since the Domesday Book and it was probably originally used for grain or flax milling. The mill became a sawmill and is located within Combe Yard that contained the workshops which served the vast Blenheim Estate. The mill is now powered by an 1852 beam engine.  Water was last used in the 1950s, and the 13ft diameter by 8ft wide lower breast-shot waterwheel has since been restored.  Light refreshments on steaming days.

Opening times 2017
Wednesdays and Sundays from 1st April until  end of  September, 10.30 - 16.30, last admission 15.30.
In steam, 3rd Sundays, March - October 10.00-17.00.  See web site.  For events see events page.

National Mills Weekend opening times 2017
Sunday only 10.00 - 17.00.  Waterwheel working,
Barn Engines, Horticultural Machinery + Vintage & Classic Tractors - in steam.

Events & bookings 01993 358694.


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