Mill House Hotel
Located in the heart of the Cotswolds between Chipping Norton and Stow on the Wold, this converted flour mill sits in 10 acres of landscaped gardens and offers free Wi-Fi, car parking and an AA Rosette winning restaurant. One of the last independent family owned hotels in the area the building is steeped in history dating back to the Domesday Book of 1086. Whether you are escaping city bustle for a rejuvenating weekend or simply stretching your legs for an hour or two in the beautiful countryside this is the perfect place for relaxation and recuperation. The hotel offers the highest standards of hospitality, luxury and service and very much look forward to welcoming you. Each bedroom is light and spacious, boasting stunning views over the garden and trout stream or the rolling countryside. All are styled to complement the heritage of the building whilst offering the modern comforts you would expect from a boutique hotel. There are three dining options to choose from, The Mill Brook Restaurant offers an outstanding A La carte menu created by the current resident Head Chef. Wherever possible the hotels aim is to source the finest fresh organic produce. For those looking for a lighter lunch, you will be delighted with the two course menu which can be enjoyed in the newly refurbished Mill Bar. Light snacks and cream teas can be enjoyed in the Cotswold Lounge, or on days when the weather permits, on the patio area overlooking extensive landscaped gardens. The Cotswolds is a designated area of outstanding natural beauty, the largest in England and Wales. An area which is characterised by small market towns, picturesque villages and by the local honey coloured stone buildings. With so much to do you will be spoilt for choice during your stay, there is a wealth of historic houses and buildings and some of the finest landscaped gardens in the country. For those wishing for a spot of retail therapy there are some fantastic boutique shops which are unique to the area. Bicester and Banbury are both within a 30 minute drive. There is much to see and do in the area with many attractions accredited by the Green Tourism Business Scheme the area has a reputation for quirky visitor attractions, arts and crafts family attractions, wildlife, museums and historic houses. Examples such as the Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust at Slimbridge have a way of charming you unexpectedly. For something more energetic, this is the ideal place for walking, cycling and the great outdoors in general.
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