Developing the studio has been a slow and steady nurturing process, much like the crafting of a piece of artwork. A former water powered corn mill, tannery, dairy and stone crushing mill, Cadster Mill has been a quietly industrious site in Whaley Bridge since before the 1700s.
With the modern conveniences of underfloor heating, powerful LED lights, a water supply and several electrical points powered by renewable energy, this versatile and eco-friendly space is ideally suited to creative group activities, particularly with the harnessing of natural light from the many windows, roof lights and double height bi-fold doors.
There is a small car parking area on the property, and further parking is available nearby on the opposite side of Chapel Road in a convenient layby.
The semi-rural setting boasts calming pastoral views across the neighbouring fields, while allowing easy access to Whaley Bridge, Chapel en le Frith and beyond.