TEL : +44 (0) 1767 603940
(Jordans Mill, Jordans Trust)
Riverside Cafe, Gardens, Meadow, Woodland & Mill Shop
Tuesday to Sunday, 9am to 4pm
Jordans Mill is fully wheelchair-accessible, with accessible parking and accessible toilets, and a lift providing access to all three floors of the mill. Wide paths provide access to the Mill Gardens. Please note that some of the smaller paths in the gardens have uneven surfaces and therefore may not be suitable. You can read our full Access Statement here.
HOW TO FIND US
Using sat nav? Enter Southill Road and SG18 9JY.
FROM THE A1
- Leave the A1 at the Sainsbury’s roundabout junction with the A6001 and B658.
- Join the B658 towards Shefford.
- Take the first road left, Gypsy Lane.
- At the T-junction, turn left onto Southill Road.
- Cross the second humpback bridge and Jordans Mill is ahead of you (before the road veers to a sharp right).
FROM THE B658 (SHEFFORD)
At the Broom/Southill crossroads, turn right towards Broom onto Southill Road. Keep following the road until you reach Jordans Mill.
All directions into Jordans Mill are signposted by brown tourism signs.
Biggleswade receives regular services from London Kings Cross, Peterborough, Huntingdon and Stevenage.
Biggleswade does not have a taxi rank, but the following companies run in the Biggleswade area:
AT cars – 01767 600199
A1 cars – 01767 221122
Maurices – 01767 316438
From Biggleswade Bus Station take the bus for Hitchin and Bancroft. Or, take Grant Palmer service 74 (Bedford – Biggleswade – Hitchin) or Grant Palmer service 200 (Flitwick – Shefford – Biggleswade) to Broom Turn, then approximately 450 metres walk. If you take the No.200 bus, please alert the driver when you board, and they will drop you outside of Jordans Mill.
For other buses, the nearest stop to Jordans Mill is before Broom Turn on Langford Road. From there, walk approximately 8 minutes. Please be aware there are no footpaths.
The entire Jordans Mill site is a no smoking area, with the exception of the outside area to the front of the building where there is a table and chairs.
Although the Riverside Café terrace and the Mill Gardens are outside areas, we made this decision following feedback from a number of customers. We welcome all customers and want to ensure everyone, smokers and non-smokers, can enjoy our beautiful site.
Dogs are welcome in the shop, gardens, meadow, and on the decking near the Cafe.
All we ask...
Please make sure your furry friends are on leads at all times.
Please clean up your dog’s mess.
Only assistance dogs allowed in the Riverside Cafe.
WE HOPE YOU ENJOY YOUR VISIT