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Dyer's Mill /WaterWheel Tavern
Bucks Co. | Pennsylvania | USA | 1714
Township: Plumstead Twp. | Watersource: Pine Run.

Official Website: www.waterwheeltavern.com


Dyer's Mill /WaterWheel Tavern
Picture: Jim Miller 10/1982

Actually built around 1717-18 and began operation as a sawmill & grist mill by John Dyer in 1722; it burned in 1772.

Dyer's Mill /WaterWheel Tavern
Picture: Jim Miller 10/1992

It was rebuilt as a grist mill that saw service during the Revolutionary War by supplying George Washington's troops with supplies while fighting went on in New York and upper New Jersey areas.

Dyer's Mill /WaterWheel Tavern
Picture: Jim Miller 06/20/2007

It was converted to an inn in the early 1900's and has been known as Ye Olde Water Wheel Inn, The Pear and Partridge Inn, The Inn of the Sorrel Horse, The Water Wheel Restaurant & Country Inn,and is now known, in 2017 as Water Wheel Tavern.

Dyer's Mill /WaterWheel Tavern
Picture: RKC

1930's Post Card-Ye Olde Water Wheel Inn. The mill has served as a post office for more than 300 years, as well as a general store, and with Prohibition's repeal in 1933, a tavern and full-service restaurant under various names.

Dyer's Mill /WaterWheel Tavern
Picture: Jim Miller 06/20/2007

In September 1999, Hurricane Floyd caused considerable damage to the wheel pit as the complete basement was flooded, including some portions of the dining rooms in the at that time, Inn of the Sorrel Horse.

Dyer's Mill /WaterWheel Tavern
Picture: Jim Miller 06/20/2007

The second picture was taken the day after the hurricane and many area homes were pumping water out of their basements.

Dyer's Mill /WaterWheel Tavern
Picture: Jim Miller 06/20/2007

In 2009, it was The Waterwheel Restaurant & Country Inn. In 2017, the mill housed the Water Wheel Tavern.

"I am the bread of life. He who comes to Me shall never hunger."
(John 6:35 NKJV)
Directions: From Pa 313 at Cross Keys 0.5 miles SE of Pa 313 junction with Pa 611, turn left on Old Easton Road and proceed one mile to the mill building at 4424 Old Easton Road, just before crossing the bridge over Pine Run.
 
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