Welcome to Mapledurham

Mapledurham has been open to visitors now for over thirty years and during this time some hundreds of thousands of people have enjoyed visiting my home. I am grateful to you all, both for the kind letters of encouragement I have received and for the essential support without which it would not be possible to keep going.

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Things to See at Mapledurham

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Mapledurham House

After centuries of turmoil, Mapledurham House now enjoys a more peaceful existence. Full of the treasures of an exciting history, a visit to Mapledurham House makes for a fascinating and pleasant day out. more

Visits and tourS

Over the years Mapledurham has welcomed hundreds of thousands of visitors who have come to enjoy the House, Watermill, riverside picnic areas and our special cream teas with scones made from flour actually ground in the old mill itself!  more

The Old Water Mill

The Old Watermill at Mapledurham is the only mill on the Thames that is still operational. A mill on this site has been producing high quality stone ground flour since the time of the Domesday Survey. more

St Margaret's Church

The beautiful riverside church of St Margaret's contains the 'Bardolf Aisle', the final resting place for the Lords and Ladies of Mapledurham House since 1395. more
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