We are hoping to be allowed to reopen for hotel residents from 4th July onwards and we are confident we shall be able to meet the ‘2 metre’ social distancing requirements for our hotel guests. All bedrooms will be deep cleaned between stays. We have set up our restaurant in such a way that the 2 metre rule may be applied. For the months of July and August we are asking all our hotel residents to include dinner with their accommodation package. In this way, we can justify reopening our kitchen for residents and takeaways only. We are also able to offer packed lunches to our residents, if required. It is now possible to make a hotel reservation via our website from 4th July onwards. If we are not allowed to reopen on this date, any deposits taken will either be refunded or rolled over to a future booking.
Click here to see the newly ‘social distanced restaurant’
The Mill House is situated on the North coast of Cornwall between the fishing villages of Port Isaac and Boscastle. Camelot, King Arthur’s legendary castle is located in the very next valley. Set in seven acres of it’s own wooded valley and garden, the former 18th century corn mill now provides first-class food and board as a traditional Inn.
The Inn itself is a charming stone building with a bar, dining room and residents’ lounge downstairs, all of which benefit from wood fires. Upstairs, there are eight extremely cosy double rooms (with bathrooms en suite). All accommodation is simple but tastefully furnished with the emphasis on the linen and comfort. TV’s included (regular channels).
Come and unwind at the Mill House…our dedicated and friendly staff are on hand to make sure your stay is relaxing.