Visitors have the opportunity to see the conservation work that has been carried out in this self-guided tour.
Now available as holiday accommodation through Irish Landmark Trust, the Kiln Wing is part of a restored 19th century corn mill. The original character of the building has been beautifully preserved and the rushing waters of the river can be seen and heard in every room.

The river has an important function in the history of the village of Bushmills.
It falls some 18 metres in its descent through the village and in the last century provided water power for several mills. Palmer’s Corn Mill was built in the 1830s and became a listed building in 1977. The fact that so many of the original elements – including the machine components – have been retained, is central to this buildings success.

The cogs and wheels are still at the core of the building, and glimpses of its former life have been left exposed in nooks and crannies all over the house.

The local House Manager will be at the property all day to answer questions and provide information on the building. There will also be a free leaflet available that will provide information on the history of the building and the restoration process.

Opening times on Sunday 15th September 2019 – 10:00 – 16:00 hrs