From 1st November to March 2020, we will be open from Wednesday to Sunday, 10am to 4.30pm (last orders in The Scented Botanist 4pm). Entry to the gardens over Winter is free.
Entry to the gardens (November to March 2020)
+ For Tours and Talks see the ‘What’s On‘ section
Friends of Keyneston Mill Annual Membership
£25 (see below)
Well behaved dogs are welcome in the gardens (on leads) – sorry, no dogs except assistance dogs are allowed in the café.
Friends of Keyneston Mill
We are passionate about plants, perfume and the experimental world of fragrance. If you share our passion, please support us by becoming a Friend of Keyneston Mill. As a Friend, you and a guest can enjoy unlimited FREE entry to the gardens and exclusive events and promotions all year-round.
Online subscriptions coming soon! Until then, please visit Keyneston Mill to sign up.
Groups, Private Hires &
Pre-booked groups are welcome at Keyneston Mill. We can create bespoke experiences for groups of 10 or more, including garden tours or mini-workshops, with welcome drinks, tea and cakes or lunch as delicious optional extras.
Just let us know what you have in mind and we will be happy to provide a quote for your group’s specific requirements.
Keyneston Mill also offers a unique, intimate environment for your corporate off-site, team-building, or private party and dining experience. We offer tailored packages to suit your needs which can incorporate tours and workshops.
How To Find Us
From Poole follow the A350 towards Blandford. On reaching Spetisbury, turn right following signs to Tarrant Crawford. Cross the narrow bridge and after approx. ½ mile branch left by the war memorial. Continue for a further mile and Keyneston Mill is the next turning on the left.
From Blandford take the B3082 towards Wimborne. On reaching Tarrant Keyneston, turn right opposite the True Lovers Knot pub. Drive slowly through the village and continue for a further ½ mile until you reach a staggered crossroads. Keyneston Mill is straight ahead.
From Dorchester take the A354 bypassing Blandford St Mary, and then take the next right signposted Langton Long. After 2 ½ miles, Keyneston Mill is on the right.