The Old Mill Bed & Breakfast

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

South Road
Wooler
Northumberland
England
NE71 6NL

The Old Mill Bed & Breakfast, Wooler

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The Old Mill was built over 250 years ago as a working flour mill. Lovingly converted it retains much of the original character of the building but provides wonderful accommodation. Our 2 bedrooms are spacious and comfortable furnished to help you relax and enjoy your time away from home.

Each room has its own private facilities with a proper bathroom. There is also a television and room to sit and relax. Everything you need to make hot drinks is provided.

Quietly situated with no passing traffic The Old Mill backs on to a small woodland yet is only 5 minutes walk from the shops restaurants and pubs in the town. Parking is off the road right by our front door. So whether you prefer to walk in the Cheviots explore the National Park or head off for exciting excursions our bed and breakfast provides a perfect starting point and we ll be pleased to offer advice on how to make the most of your time.

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From: £60.00


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Wooler Travel and Heritage Information

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Heatherslaw Light Railway - 7.2 miles (Family Attraction) Heritage Rating

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