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As it was such a nice day I thought I would go and have Lunch at Jordans Mill, it is on the road between Langford and Biggleswade, it is clearly signposted and well worth a visit. It is different everytime I go, in the Summer it is beautiful, the gardens are superb.

This time of year it is very bare, not many leaves on the trees but there is plenty to see wildlife wise, they have good feeders up which seem to get all sorts of birds from Blue Tits, Great Tits to the occasional visit from a Greater Spotted Woodpecker.

Here at Jordans Mill we believe in supporting sustainability and conservation to help our precious wildlife.

 
We try to do this not only in our day to day practises, but through a wide range of things, like the materials we have used on the building, recycling of our waste and the renewable energy powering the Mill from the water turbine (which has been in use for nearly 120 years).  

 
Here is a great example of how choosing a local company has helped us look after the local area and support our community.

Try our new Mill afternoon tea

Do you have a special occasion coming up or just want to give yourself a treat? Book a quintessentially English teatime experience (invented in Bedfordshire in the 1840’s) served overlooking the beautiful River Ivel in our Riverside Café.

 
Our Mill afternoon tea is served with home-made open rolls filled with ham, smoked salmon & cream cheese, egg & cress and cucumber.


There’s more, you will also enjoy a jam and cream filled fruit scone, chocolate bavarois and fruit tart with crème patisserie topped with fresh fruit and apricot glaze.

The winter 2018 menu is out now!

Our Winter menu launched today and we are really excited.

 
There's lots of new flavors that have all been put together from our fantastic team of chefs. We have also added some vegetarian and gluten free options.

 
We always try to source and grow the food we serve from local producers and suppliers and where possible we use seasonal produce from our very own allotment garden.