The Mill House Inn, Trebarwith, North Cornwall
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.
Brilliant! We really enjoyed ourselves at the Mill House. We had everything we could have wanted for our holiday.
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 simply 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.
The Staff were really friendly, the food was fantastic and the location is amazing. A hidden treasure in Cornwall.
The Mill House Inn features in Alistair Sawday's Special Places.
With Britain's fascinating pub scene evolving rapidly, research for Edition 3 has seen our inspectors trawling England and Wales in search of thriving community locals, diminishing backwater gems and those fantastic food pubs that are beginning to pepper our villages and towns. The result is 620 pubs and inns that stand out from the crowd, plus a further 263 in our Worth a Visit section at the back of the guide. Read More....