The Mill House has a rich history which dates back over 600 years. In 1795 the mill was portrayed by JMW Turner in a pencil drawing, now housed in the Tate Gallery, London.
More recently, the Mill House was carefully renovated from ruins and at the end of 2018 it opened its doors to the public as a luxury self-catering cottage.
50 meters from the beach, this two bedroom private cottage sleeps up to four people. It has two bathrooms and off street parking for multiple cars. It is smoke free, pet and family friendly with free wifi throughout and premium entertainment.
Each bedroom contains bathrobes, fluffy cotton towels, beach towels and hairdryers. Travel cots, highchairs and baby monitor are available on request.
There is a welcome basket which includes some essentials and local produce. A small library, games, and bucket and spades are also available.
The master bedroom was previously used as a barn, now it contains a luxurious king-size bed with 300 thread count Egyptian cotton satin sheets, underfloor heating, remote controlled electric Velux blinds, plantation style shutters and in room entertainment.
The mezzanine, where the mill workers once slept, is now a cosy hideaway where you can stargaze under the eaves.
This used to be where the mill mechanism ground the corn. This spacious room can be adapted to guest preference with either a double or twin beds. This room also features 300 thread count Egyptian cotton satin sheets, underfloor heating, plantation style shutters and in room entertainment.
The store previously held food supplies but is now an ensuite with bath/shower, toilet, underfloor heating and laundry facilities including a washer drier, airers, iron and ironing board.
The wet room echoes the circular shape of a millstone featuring a rainfall shower, mist free mirror, toilet, and underfloor heating.
The living area double doors lead out onto the enclosed terrace which has a charcoal BBQ and steps down towards the beach. The patio has a heated outside shower and hot tub.