Welcome To Bere Mill

Bere Mill is an 18th Century water mill surrounded by contemporary gardens, water meadows and a farm which, worked on traditional lines, produces rare breed beef and lamb. A renowned stretch of the Upper Test, famous for its trout fly fishing, runs through the garden. The Saxon mill was the first paper mill for Portals, the company which first supplied paper bank notes to the Bank of England in 1718. Since 1993 it has been the family home of Rupert and Elizabeth Nabarro. The garden is open for the National Garden Scheme and for visits by gardening parties and groups. Meat is available to buy from the farm and is supplied to select local restaurants.

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The Butchery

At Bere Mill, we breed and raise Pedigree Belted Galloway beef cattle, Black Welsh Mountain sheep for Hogget and Suffolks for lamb. From May/June 2017, this will be available direct from the butchery at Bere Mill.

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News & Events

NGS Open Days at Bere Mill - The gardens at Bere Mill will be open to the public on Sunday 26 March from 13.30-17.00 under the National Garden Scheme. Entry is £5 for adults and free for children. Dogs are welcome and there is free parking approx. 250m from the house. For visitors with disabilities or mobility issues there is parking by […]

The garden is open for the National Garden Scheme and for visits by gardening parties and groups.

Meat is available to buy from the farm and is supplied to select local
restaurants.

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