Welcome to The Old Mill an attractive country pub located at the heart of the beautiful village of Newton Blossomville. Come inside and enjoy the relaxed atmosphere of our traditional bar and restaurant.
We have five newly refurbished en-suite letting rooms on the top 2 floors of our country pub which will provide you with a relaxing and comfortable stay. The Bed and Breakfast includes a substantial English breakfast or something lighter if you prefer. We serve a varied menu of delicious traditional pub food made on the premises using fresh local produce wherever possible.
We have a daily Specials Board with fresh fish on Fridays delivered from Cornwall and we recommend that you try our battered haddock with hand-cut chips. Traditional Sunday Lunch available from 12 noon until 4pm. It is advisable to book a table particularly at weekends as it can be busy.
If there is a large group of you we can organise pre-ordering so that your meal is ready when you arrive. There are some excellent cask ales and a range of quality wines. As we are a free house we vary the real ales depending on the season.
In the summer months you'll find a pretty garden for al fresco eating and in the winter we have a log burner to greet you on a cold day. There is free Wifi throughout the premises and there is also a separate rustic-style function room suitable for small parties of up to 25 people.
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Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest
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