Gants Mill and Garden
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Gants Mill and Garden
Brian And Alison Shingler
Phone: +44 (0)1749 812393
Running down to the river is Alison's lovely garden, where guests can relax. In the farmhouse 2 spacious bedrooms have lacey fourposter double beds - stargazer beds for romantics (picture on the website). Also a single room. Wide choice of healthy and wicked breakfasts with local produce, and excellent local pubs and restaurants. Miller Brian can take you round the historic watermill, which grinds corn with the Victorian turbine, and generates electricity with the new turbine. Help with the sheep and hay, or look around the fields and river for badgers, foxes, buzzards, woodpeckers and (if lucky) - kingfishers. Plenty of walks starting from Gants Mill. 25% DISCOUNT given for 3 and 4 day stays from Monday to Thursday all year. Stay 4 nights for the price of 3.
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