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TENURE: Freehold

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A stunning Grade II listed former mill occupying a prime location in the desirable village of Little Petherick, close to Padstow. Currently operating as a very successful B&B, with seven en-suite guest bedrooms as well as owner's accommodation, the property also boasts an award winning bistro with 25 covers. The property would equally suit being converted back into residential usage.

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  • Description
    The Old Mill House has stood at the centre of the charming village of Little Petherick since the 16th Century. Grade II listed, the property has been run as a successful bed and breakfast for many years, welcoming travellers from far and wide into it's comfortable surroundings. In addition to the seven well-appointed en-suite guest bedrooms, The Old Mill Bistro seats 25 covers in the characterful dining room.
  • . 1
    On entering the property from the courtyard you are greeted by an inviting reception area with feature fireplace and a flagstone slate floor that runs throughout the ground floor accommodation. At the front of the property is the office, which could equally be used as an additional reception room. The kitchen is fitted with a range of stainless steel commercial standard units, and is well-equipped with a large oven and dishwasher.
  • . 2
    The dining room is located at the rear of the property, with large windows and door offering views of the stunning gardens and waterwheel. With space for 25 covers, it is used to serve breakfast to the hotel guests, and in the evening is used by The Old Mill Bistro, serving a selection of home- cooked meals. The bistro is open to residents and non-residents alike. There is great scope to further expand on the current service times by offering lunches and cream teas to the many walkers who pass by. The restaurant is well respected, having received Gold in the Taste of the West Awards in 2017 and 2018, featured in the Trenchermen's Guide for the best South West Food & Drink establishments in 2019, and awarded an AA rosette in 2018,2019 and 2020.
  • . 3
    Located off the dining room is the snug which offers a wonderful spot for guests to relax away from their rooms, or the hub-bub of the bar area. Guest facilities complete the ground floor accommodation, with stairs rising from the reception area to the first floor.
  • . 4
    The first floor accommodation comprises five en-suite bedrooms, each of which has been cleverly designed to work within the structure of the building. The Stone Dresser's Room and The Flour Store both enjoy stunning vistas of the Grade I listed St. Petroc's Church, as well as views down Little Petherick Creek towards the Camel estuary. The Stable Room overlooks Little Petherick bridge, whilst The Wheel Room and The Miller's Room overlook the beautiful gardens at the rear of the property.
  • . 5
    All seven of the guest bedrooms are en-suite with basin, WC and shower facilities, except for The Miller's Room which boasts a freestanding clawfoot bath. A rear porch gives access to a utility room providing laundry facilities, an additional shower room, and rear access to the property.
  • . 6
    Rising from the spacious landing to the second floor, Hay Loft and The Corn Store offer two further en-suite guest bedrooms enjoying elevated views over the gardens. The owner's accommodation is located on the third floor and comprises a further en-suite bathroom with basin, WC and free-standing bath. There is ample eaves storage.
  • . 7
    Externally the property benefits from well-stocked mature gardens, running alongside the creek. An extensive patio provides a tranquil area with plenty of outside seating space. Raised beds host some wonderful palms and tree ferns providing a tropical feel. At the rear of the property is the waterwheel, which is electrically powered and provides a stunning feature to the garden, providing a connection to the history of the property.
  • Services
    The following services are available mains electric, mains gas, mains water, mains drainage and telephone line is connected (however we have not verified connection).
  • Location
    Little Petherick is a small village located approximately two miles south ofPadstow, and six miles west of Wadebridge. The Grade I listed St. Petroc's Church dates to the 14th Century, described by Pevsner as "one of the architectural highlights of Cornwall". Little Petherick sits on The Saint's Way, a 27 mile long trail stretching from Padstow to Fowey, loosely following the route that medieval pilgrims took from Wales and Ireland to Santiago de Compostella.
  • Agent's Note
    The property is offered as on-going concern. Financial records are available on request to interested parties. Alternatively, there would be scope to convert the property to create a large family home, subject to receiving the necessary permissions.
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  • 12 Lemon Street
  • Truro
  • Cornwall
  • TR1 2LS
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