The Lower Mill House, a historical jewel that offers an exceptional stay in a 19th-century mill house, is located right behind the Manor House, which is documented in the Domesday Book.
The cottage has its original workings and mine shaft for milling flour in the cellar while being beautifully refurbished into a self-catering holiday accommodation for six people.
In this home-away-from-home, prepare a feast in the rustic kitchen with a woodburner or pass the time with a jigsaw puzzle.
History buffs can find more hints about the building's past function in the charming courtyard, which is where the ancient leat and mill wheel are located and makes a great setting for outdoor cooking, as well as the spacious stone-arched living room, which served as the old mill's loading bay.
The accommodation is conveniently set up on one floor and provides a spacious living area ideal for gathering with friends and family.
There’s a spacious lounge and a wide open-plan kitchen and dining area with wood burning stove.
At the back of the house is a lovely double bedroom with an en-suite that overlooks the enclosed terrace.
There is a sizable family room at the front that may accommodate a family or up to four adults.
There is access to a family bathroom with a washer and dryer from here.
Use a number of the on-site facilities, including the heated indoor pool, gym, sauna, grass tennis court, and beautiful gardens.
Choose the Lower Mill, a historic holiday home in South Devon, as your next family getaway..Note: This property can be booked with Refs. 1128246, 1130112, 1130120, 1130123 & 1130126, together sleeping up to 32 guests.