The Kitchen
The Dining Room
The Sitting room and the Snug
Entrance to the House
The Watermill Garden 1
The Watermill Garden 2
Water
Wildlife

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Living Areas

Kitchen Dining Room Sitting Room & Snug Entrance Hall

Living Areas & Gardens

Entrance hall

Cotswold stone floor, beams, log burner and writing desk. A door to the watermill where there is an extra fridge and freezer.

Kitchen

A triple aspect room with views over the millpond and garden. An old pine breakfast table overlooking the millpond, electric range, fridge-freezer, microwave, freestanding butchers block, dishwasher, twin butler sinks and equipment for baking cakes, making jam or just cooking dinner.

Dining room

Dual aspect with a glass door overlooking the millpond. Clay tiled floor, oval oak dining table which can seat up to 12, an Aga (for extra cooking or just for cosiness), 18th century oak dresser and sideboard, linen, tablecloths and napkins, extra glasses, crockery, cutlery and tableware.

Sitting room

Cottage windows to the front and back of the house, a traditional open brick fireplace, comfy three seat sofas, bookshelves and books, a flat screen TV with Freeview.

The Snug

The Snug is a Georgian addition to the original house with a large window overlooking the mill race. This is a cosy room with log burner, two sofas, TV Freeview, DVD and video and a selection of books and board games.

The garden, ponds and river

The 3 acre garden is secluded and has been featured in The English Garden (August 2009). It is bounded on one side by The River Blackbourne, has three ponds, a walled garden and a meadow and orchard. There is another private island which can only be reached by boat.
There is a punt (and a book on technique), a two person canoe, and a selection of bicycles. You are welcome to fish. We swim, not in the millpond but a little further up river where the water is deeper and clearer.

Walled garden

There is a variety of seasonal garden produce including rhubarb, blackcurrants, gooseberries, plums, raspberries, mulberries, apples and pears. Guests are welcome to help themselves to all produce.

We all thoroughly enjoyed our stay at the Mill. It was as if we'd been transported into our dream, rural idyll. The ridiculously gorgeous, chocolate box house with the punt outside the back door only fed our fantasy further. Peace and tranquility in a stunning setting. If the chickens are there then the kids will love collecting the eggs too!

Gaby Roslin,
Broadcaster

5 star Self Catering Gold Award Accommodation

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