Stay inside a striking Grade II-listed retreat filled with quirky historic features, and surrounded by beautiful countryside in the Norfolk Broads.
  • Sleeps: 4
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathroom: 1
  • Minimum stay: 2 nights

Built as a grain mill back in 1825, the Grade-II listed Mill House Mill is now a sleek black tower retreat that sleeps up to four guests (and their four-legged friends!)

Perfectly located at How Hill, on the banks of the shimmering River Ant in the Norfolk Broads, you’ll be surrounded by the kind of magical, timeless countryside that fairytales are made of.

Your quirky accommodation is generously spread across three circular floors, with a relaxing open plan living area on the first, and spiral stairs that lead you to a double bedroom and bathroom, and finally a single bedroom with a pull-out trundle bed.

When you’re not sleeping or lounging inside, you’ll want to spend as much time as you can in your private, lawned garden – perhaps equipped with a glass of wine? – or strolling in the beautiful, wildlife-strewn grounds.  

Meanwhile, the picture-perfect riverside village of Ludham is a mere six-minute drive away… if you make it that far!

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