The Old Mill Bed and Breakfast in Yarm

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Barwick Lane, High Leven
Yarm
Yorkshire
England
TS15 9JR

The Old Mill Bed and Breakfast in Yarm, Yarm

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As the name suggests The Old Mill Bed and Breakfast in Yarm is a converted Windmill circa 1750. The Yarm B&B was originally converted to a house in 1968, retaining many of the original features. A subsequent revamp was completed with a view to compliment the original architecture.

The Old Mill bed and breakfast located in Yarm offers a warm welcome, a comfortable and relaxing stay with the highest standard of accommodation. The luxurious bed and breakfast, Situated right in between Yarm and Ingleby Barwick is ideal for business people looking to stay in Teesside, wedding parties, or a romantic get-away. Whatever your reason might be, you'll enjoy a nice warm welcome:

 3 star rating

From: £88.12

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