Millers Beck

Historic Guest Accommodation in Natland, Cumbria

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Millbridge Lane, Halfpenny

Millers Beck, Natland

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Accommodation Description:

Millers Beck is a delightful converted corn mill dating from the early 17th century. Fully refurbished in 2010 there are three ensuite rooms available, two offering french door and juliette balconies taking in the beautiful views over fields and the mill race which still runs alongside the building.A guest sitting area with balcony is available again looking over the fields.

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From: £65.00

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