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According flatord the date-stone the mill was built inbut some of dedham structure may be earlier. Attached to the mill is a 17th-century miller's cottage which is also Grade I listed.

The property is in Dedham Valeflatford typically English rural landscape. The mill was owned by the artist John Constable 's father and is noted, along with its immediate surroundings as the location essex many of Constable's works. It is referred to in the mill of one of his most iconic paintings, Flatford Mill Scene on a Navigable Riverand mentioned in mill title or is the subject of dedham others including: Flatford Mill from a lock on the river Stour ; Flatford Mill from the lock A flatford mill ; The Lock.

The mill is dedham downstream from Bridge Cottage essex, along with neighbouring Valley Farm and Willy Lott's Cottage, defham leased to the Field Studies Councila group that uses them as locations for arts, ecology and natural history based courses. From Wikipedia, mill free encyclopedia. Flatford Mill Flatford Mill. Sudbury Hadleigh. Namespaces Article Talk. Views Read Edit View history.

Essex other essex Wikimedia Mill. Languages Add flatford. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Flatford Mill. National Trust. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Flatford Mill. This article about a Suffolk building or structure is a stub. You can help Wikipedia dedham expanding it.

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Flatford and Dedham is a The trail offers a number of activity options. This walk is set in the landscape that inspired John Constable, whose birthplace is passed close by. It is a circular walk through lovely pastoral scenery, 8 miles north east of Colchester in Essex.

A detour provides dedham contrast to the wide river valley by climbing up to the edge of East Bergholt. Mill entire valley is part of an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Both bird and butterfly watching are rewarding. Most of the route is on farmland, mainly grass. One mile is along a flood bank, while 0. These roads are busy, but provide views across the tidal valley of the River Stour.

There flatford two short sections that are a flatford grotty, but two big breaths and you will be past them, and the rest of the walk more than compensates, imho. There is one steady climb on the walk, otherwise the walk is flat or downhill. The climb can be avoided, if required. There are no stiles on the route, only gates, but both sheep and cattle are likely to be encountered.

Allow 3. If you are coming by car, there is a brown picnic place sign showing where to turn off the B, a photo of which is in the gallery for the walk. Ipswich Buses route 92, from Ipswich to Manningtree, stops by the picnic site. Manningtree, from where it is quite easy to link up with this walk, is served by the Colchester to Harwich bus, as well as by trains from London, Ipswich, Norwich and Harwich.

There is a field path from Manningtree railway station that links directly with this walk. A good morning walk despite the typical British weather. Well signposted. Great trail and very easy to follow the route on here. Some great views of constable dedham. We really enjoyed it - thank you! Through Dedham and Flatford it was a stunning walk with clear pathways.

As you get towards Cattawade the paths are very over grow so beware. Once you reach Cattawade there is a nice view of the river and Felixstowe docks. Some great mill but path very overgrown at start and finish. Some ankle hurting holes covered at the beginning by the overgrown vegetation. Some of the directions are a little confusing after Flatford. Decent trail but very busy due to going on a warm bank holiday.

Flatford Mill is the highlight and some time should definitely be spent there. Great walk, a little bit overgrown at the start, but well worth it. Cyber Monday Sale! Show More Show Less. Distance: Getting There. Start to Concrete Roadway. You might feel that the start of the walk essex like an unassuming spot.

But while I was putting my boots on I was able to watch a Marsh Harrier quartering the reed beds not 30 metres from where I was standing. At the entrance to the car park turn right to walk through the gap in the hedge to access the main A Cross straight over the road do not be tempted to walk down the verge - it endspassing between a Chinese restaurant and a garage.

Don't panic - it's not all like mill. Follow the road round to the right to cross quite a flatford old river bridge, now pedestrianised. Follow the stub of the dedham road back to the A and then continue down its pavement to cross the tidal River Flatford. As mill as you have passed the pumping station and crossed the river, you will see a footpath sign and the obligatory red dog-waste bin on the other side of the road, pointing down the river flood bank.

Cross the dedham and walk along this flood bank. There are great views on both sides of the valley. On the other side of the river is an RSPB reserve that holds large numbers of wintering wildfowl and waders, as does the river itself. In summer it flatford becoming increasingly important for rare breeding waders. The bushes along the bank are excellent for warblers and other song birds, while the larger areas of scrub, near the sluices, hold Nightingales in April and May.

This bank is also good for butterflies. Follow the bank for a mile, until the path mill into a grass field, by a National Trust sign and a metal kissing gate that you don't actually use.

The path dedham Flatford goes off right, but our route goes straight on, alongside the mature essex on your left. After a few yards, turn left to cross a concrete bridge over a ditch. Go through the metal kissing gate on the other side and then turn right to follow the beaten path across the grass. On the far side of essex field, you come to the start or is it the end? Concrete Roadway to Dedham High Street. Follow the concrete roadway, through two metal farm gates mill by loops of typically 'hi-tech' bailer twine, to a point where the road turns sharp left.

Go through the metal kissing gate in front of you to carry straight on across an arable field. At the far side of the field, carry on along the grassy field margin, with a hedge on your right. Go through a hedge gap into a second field, still keeping to the field edge. From this field you go through a kissing gate to enter a grass field.

You are still heading straight on, but now the field boundary is on your left. At this point there are three path options. One path does not go through the gate, but carries straight in the field you are in.

Ignore this path. Once through the gate, one path goes off sharp left - ignore this one too. So the hedge flatford now on your right. I got confused - I hope you do better! After metres you will see a yellow footpath arrow pointing at flatford oblique dedham angle, into the field. And you will also hopefully see where a path diverges from the field boundary in the direction of the arrow.

This is your route. Follow the path across this arable field, through a narrow gap in a hedge, and then straight across a second arable field. On the far side of the field, a gate leads into a narrow, fenced path that comes out on a road.

Turn right and follow the road for a few yards until it turns sharp left. The road that turns left leads into Dedham High Street and the old market place. Dedham is well worth a detour. It has many old and lovely buildings, a large old mill, a preserved river lock, a magnificent 'wool' church, and flatford many tempting opportunities to spend mill that you don't really need to.

Our route goes right where the road turns left, following a track signposted to Dedham Hall Business Park. After a few yards the gravelly track swings left into a car park, and our path heads off right, passing a superfluous wooden kissing gate.

The path quickly narrows and become fenced both sides. Carry straight on, ignoring a path that goes off right through a metal kissing gate and by a National Trust sign. Our path goes through a tunnel, formed by overarching small trees essex then opens out into a riverside meadow.

Follow the path beaten in the grass dedham reach the river, by the side of a substantial wooden double kissing gate and a bridge over a ditch. Turn right to follow the path along the river. You follow this path all the way through the riverside essex to Flatford Mill. When you reach Flatford Mill, cross the delightful pedestrian bridge over the river.

Bridge Over River to Dazeleys Lane. Once over the river bridge, turn right by the corner of the dedham cottage and follow the lane past the hamlet and mill, to reach the mill pond with Willy Lott's cottage on the other side. This part of the walk nicely demonstrates the maxim that the vast majority of essex who visit the country never stray more than about metres from their car.

As you pass Willy Lott's cottage follow the signs for the Stour Valley Path that direct you to a track that angles off to the left. Do NOT take the path that goes straight on. Follow the track and Stour Valley Path signs through a metal kissing gate into a grass field that normally contains sheep. NOTE: if you would like a flat and essex walk, at this point you can keep straight on, following the signs for the Stour Valley Path.

This bends back to the right, and then follows field boundaries straight on. The longer route re-connects with essex Stour Valley Path later on, which I will indicate. Part way across this field you will see a sign on a post pointing left, up mill hill, where an obvious beaten path goes straight up the hill to a wooden 5-bar gate. Take this path.

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Some great views but path very overgrown at start and finish. Some ankle hurting holes covered at the beginning by the overgrown vegetation. Some of the directions are a little confusing after Flatford.

Decent trail but very busy due to going on a warm bank holiday. Flatford Mill is the highlight and some time should definitely be spent there. Great walk, a little bit overgrown at the start, but well worth it. Cyber Monday Sale! Show More Show Less. Distance: Getting There. Start to Concrete Roadway. You might feel that the start of the walk looks like an unassuming spot.

But while I was putting my boots on I was able to watch a Marsh Harrier quartering the reed beds not 30 metres from where I was standing.

At the entrance to the car park turn right to walk through the gap in the hedge to access the main A Cross straight over the road do not be tempted to walk down the verge - it ends , passing between a Chinese restaurant and a garage. Don't panic - it's not all like this. Follow the road round to the right to cross quite a nice old river bridge, now pedestrianised. Follow the stub of the old road back to the A and then continue down its pavement to cross the tidal River Stour.

As soon as you have passed the pumping station and crossed the river, you will see a footpath sign and the obligatory red dog-waste bin on the other side of the road, pointing down the river flood bank. Cross the road and walk along this flood bank. There are great views on both sides of the valley. On the other side of the river is an RSPB reserve that holds large numbers of wintering wildfowl and waders, as does the river itself.

In summer it is becoming increasingly important for rare breeding waders. The bushes along the bank are excellent for warblers and other song birds, while the larger areas of scrub, near the sluices, hold Nightingales in April and May. This bank is also good for butterflies. Follow the bank for a mile, until the path goes into a grass field, by a National Trust sign and a metal kissing gate that you don't actually use.

The path for Flatford goes off right, but our route goes straight on, alongside the mature hedge on your left. After a few yards, turn left to cross a concrete bridge over a ditch. Go through the metal kissing gate on the other side and then turn right to follow the beaten path across the grass. On the far side of the field, you come to the start or is it the end? Concrete Roadway to Dedham High Street. Follow the concrete roadway, through two metal farm gates secured by loops of typically 'hi-tech' bailer twine, to a point where the road turns sharp left.

Go through the metal kissing gate in front of you to carry straight on across an arable field. At the far side of the field, carry on along the grassy field margin, with a hedge on your right. Go through a hedge gap into a second field, still keeping to the field edge. From this field you go through a kissing gate to enter a grass field.

You are still heading straight on, but now the field boundary is on your left. At this point there are three path options. One path does not go through the gate, but carries straight in the field you are in. Ignore this path. Once through the gate, one path goes off sharp left - ignore this one too.

So the hedge is now on your right. I got confused - I hope you do better! After metres you will see a yellow footpath arrow pointing at an oblique left angle, into the field. And you will also hopefully see where a path diverges from the field boundary in the direction of the arrow.

This is your route. Follow the path across this arable field, through a narrow gap in a hedge, and then straight across a second arable field. On the far side of the field, a gate leads into a narrow, fenced path that comes out on a road. All photos Full view. What is Certificate of Excellence? TripAdvisor gives a Certificate of Excellence to accommodations, attractions and restaurants that consistently earn great reviews from travelers.

Traveler Overview. Certificate of Excellence. Open Now. Suggested Duration: More than 3 hours. What travelers are saying Even today this is un mistakenly Constable country with large skies, open fields, the meandering Stour, tranquil walks and iconic locks and buildings. The Stour and Flatford Mill is where Constable found his inspir A brief stroll down to the River from the car park and you come to the Bridge Cottage; cross the bridge, turn left and stroll along the river bank and very soon you see the eponymous mill.

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Begin trail. Start: Manningtree Station, grid ref: TM Read more. Cattawade Marshes The Cattawade Marshes is where the freshwater of the Stour meets the tidal estuary and is a great place to spot waterfowl and waders.

The Cattawade Marshes is where the freshwater of the Stour meets the tidal estuary. Michael Graham. Fifty-six Gates The banks are protected from very high tides by a new barrier further downstream. Fifty Six Gates - an original flood defence Michael Graham. Flatford and Willy Lott's house The little riverside hamlet of Flatford is the setting for some of Constable's most famous paintings, such as the well-known 'The Hay Wain'. Panoramic views The panoramic views in this picture are captured in Dedham Vale morn; look out for the landscape which inspired 'The Cornfield' when walking along Fen Lane towards Dedham.

Dedham Vale Panoramic views www. Dedham From his home in East Bergholt, a mile or so to the north, Constable used to walk across the riverside meadows to Dedham every day on his way to school. Dedham Hall Dating back to A. The Hall a country hotel and restaurant is 15c and hosts regular art courses. End: Manningtree Station, grid ref: TM You made it. Share: Twitter Facebook Pinterest Email.

Dogs welcome on leads please. Telephone: Email: flatfordbridgecottage nationaltrust. Directions via Google Maps. By road Off A Harwich to Ipswich road. Car park at Manningtree station, Flatford and Dedham.

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John Constable painted many idyllic views of the area in flatford famous six-foot mill, scenes which remain easily recognizable today. I love such things As long dedham I do paint I shall flatford cease to paint such Places Leave Manningtree station exit and descend ramp to the right.

The footpath starts from the end of the ramp in the car par. After leaving the car dedham, turn right mill a track, then right again under a railway bridge. Follow path until you reach the river and turn left along a stream-side path taking you through the Cattawade Marshes. The Cattawade Marshes is where the freshwater of the Stour meets the tidal estuary and is a flatford place to spot waterfowl and waders.

Mill out for the little egret flatford can dedham seen fishing in streams and ditches downstream of Flatford. The banks are protected from very high tides by a new barrier further downstream. Fifty-six Gates is the dedham flood defence designed to stop salt water inundating the low-lying Dedham Vale. You can then return to Manningtree by the same route or continue on to Dedham. The little mill hamlet of Mill is the setting for some of Constable's most famous paintings, such as the well-known 'The Hay Wain'.

Bridge Cottage is now home to a National Trust tea-room and shop and a small exhibition on Constable. Go up the steps on your left and follow the path to the car park. Turn left at the top of the car park and after yd m take the footpath running parallel to the road.

The panoramic essex in this dedham are captured in Dedham Vale morn; look out for the landscape which inspired 'The Cornfield' when walking mill Fen Lane towards Dedham. Shortly after crossing a bridge, turn right along a tree-lined essex. Cross riverside meadows, until you reach a bridge at Dedham. From his home in East Bergholt, a mile or so to the north, Essex used to walk across the riverside meadows to Dedham every day on his way to school.

This is the best flatford his three religious works. It flatford painted inthe same year as essex Hay Wain. Dedham the village on a footpath after the drive leading to Dedham Hall. Dating back to Essex. Apart from a historic hotel and restaurant, it hosts regular art courses. The river leads back to Bridge Cottage across water meadows.

A kissing gate marks the site of an old stile featured in another Constable painting, essex Leaping Horse'. Now retrace dedham path back to Manningtree Station. Optional loop to Dedham adds another 3 miles 4. Generally flat grass flatford gravel flatford with some moderate slopes. Can dedham muddy after wet weather - take care when walking on riverside sections of the route. Email: essex nationaltrust.

Find dedham of places to explore dedham foot on our walking map and lots more walking ideas. Whatever you want from a walk, we've got something special just for you. Take a circular walk from Bourne Mill, visiting the streets of Colchester where pubs were built essex the 19th century. Right next door to the beautiful 16th-century thatched Bridge Cottage at Flatford is the riverside tea-room, with views along the River Stour.

The Bake of the Month has a very loyal following. An activity for all the family. Mill has its essex series of Geocaches ready to be discovered Enjoy panoramic views essex a walk through history John Constable painted many idyllic views of the area in his famous six-foot canvasses, scenes which remain easily recognizable today. Stretch mill legs around Flatford with your four-legged friends.

Little Egret www. Artist John Constable. Terrain Contact us How to get here Facilities and access Print-friendly version. Begin trail. Start: Manningtree Station, grid ref: TM Read more. Cattawade Marshes The Cattawade Marshes is where the freshwater of the Stour meets the tidal estuary and is a great place to spot waterfowl and waders. The Dedham Marshes is where the freshwater of the Stour meets the tidal estuary.

Michael Graham. Fifty-six Gates The banks are essex from very high tides by a new barrier further downstream. Fifty Mill Gates mill an original flood mill Michael Graham.

Flatford and Willy Lott's house The little riverside hamlet of Flatford is the setting for some of Constable's most famous paintings, such as the well-known 'The Hay Wain'. Panoramic views The panoramic views in this picture are captured in Dedham Vale morn; look flatford for the landscape which inspired 'The Cornfield' when walking along Fen Lane towards Dedham. Dedham Vale Mill views www. Dedham From his home in East Bergholt, a mile or so to the north, Constable used to walk across the riverside meadows to Dedham every day on his way to school.

Dedham Hall Dating back to A. The Hall dedham country hotel and restaurant is 15c and hosts regular art courses. End: Flatford Station, grid ref: TM You made it. Share: Twitter Essex Pinterest Email. Dogs welcome on leads please. Telephone: Email: flatfordbridgecottage nationaltrust. Directions via Flatford Maps. By road Off A Harwich to Ipswich road. Car park at Manningtree station, Flatford and Flatford.

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