Mill cottage was once the corn-grinding mill for the farm and the original drive-shaft (horse driven) is still a feature on the patio. The Mill is arranged practically upside down from a conventional cottage
Access is upstairs through a large patio door onto the first floor where the living room, kitchen and one twin bedroom are located, while downstairs are a further triple bedroom, bathroom and utility room.
There are adequate drying facilities here if the weather is inclement. All modern conveniences have been carefully added to the Mill, but it still maintains very much its own character and the views from the patio and windows are exceptional. The Mill has five permanent beds in two large bedrooms while cots and additional full size folding beds can be supplied on request. Heating is by oil and there are radiators in every room while supplementary heating is available by electric radiators if required. There are a full size electric oven and hob fitted in the kitchen and the cottage is also equipped with fridge-freezer, washing machine with dryer and large microwave. Colour television, DVD and CD player are all supplied.
Oil heating is supplied free, electricity is by £1 coin meter and bed linen is included in the rental. Towels will be supplied to overseas visitors only. Pets are welcome by arrangement and a maximum of two house-trained, well behaved dogs are allowed in the living area of the cottage with their own bedding (strictly not allowed in the bedrooms or on the furniture). Outside kennels are also available free of charge for all working dogs. As we are a working farm, we ask that all dogs be accompanied and kept under strict control or on a lead at all times
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