Cley Windmill was used by the BBC as one of their
introduction back drops. It was built in the early 1800s
and stands on what was once the quayside of Cley.
The mill continued milling until just after the first
world war, then in 1921 it was converted into a holiday
home and is now run as a guest house.
The timber sails have been replaced several times since
the windmill was originally constructed. It now has no
internal machinery, however it is well worth a climb to
the top where you can survey the landscape of marshes,
creeks and gullies.