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Craanford is a small village in north County Wexford situated on the midway between Gorey and Carnew.
It is closely associated with the Irish Rebellion of 1798. The village features an early 17th century corn mill which has been restored.
The Lyons family has lovingly restored this 17th Century water mill to full working order and added an adjoining with many interesting associated features. Enjoy a very personal guide by the proprietors who portray a great sense of pride in the work they have achieved.
Take a break and savour their homemade produce in the Kiln Loft Café overhead. Guided Tours are also available in French and German. Craanford Mills and Park are situated in the picturesque village of Craanford, signposted on the main Rosslare – Dublin (N11) road at Camolin.