In 5 acres of peaceful, landscaped water gardens, deep in the heart of Somerset, this charming 19th- century watermill combines beautiful original features and traditional character with modern comforts.Today, Hornsbury Mill has been beautifully converted into a 4-star hotel, with the historic mills stunning original features carefully preserved and sensitively integrated. Beautiful original wooden beams and historic stonework combine with contemporary facilities, such as wireless internet access.All of the hotels cosy en suite rooms are individually designed and decorated in a traditional country style. Each room has its own unique charm and some of them have pretty window seats, where you can enjoys views down to the stream.A generous full English or a continental breakfast is included in the price.
You can enjoy a delightful lunch or a candlelit dinner in the Mill Restaurant, as the original waterwheel turns beside you. The restaurant offers modern English cuisine and nearly all the ingredients are sourced from local suppliers and farms, including organic vegetables, local beef, trout and Somerset cheeses. In the heart of Somerset, just 2 miles (3.2 km) from Chard and on the edge of the Blackdown Hills, Hornsbury Mill provides an idyllic setting for a luxurious and relaxing break.
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Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest
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