The Mill

Bed and Breakfast in Constantine, Cornwall

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TR11 5PZ

The Mill, Constantine

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Accommodation Description:

A delightful B and B situated in the peaceful, rural hamlet of Brill, close to the village of Constantine and the Helford River. Ideally placed for the lovely gardens of Trebah and Glendurgan, The Lizard and the coast. Offering two attractive, very comfortable and well equipped ground floor rooms, a double and a twin, both ensuite, with your own front door opening onto the pretty garden.

Breakfast is served in your room where there are dining facilities. Privately situated with easy access and parking.

 4 star rating

From: £55.00

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