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bazzaoflaunceston wrote a review Aug 2011
Launceston, United Kingdom1 contribution4 helpful votes
I was looking for The Mill House Inn in Trebarwith Strand which comes highly recommended for its food etc and came across this place. I typed in Mill House and I was almost completely put off going there having read the only review only to find I was looking at the wrong place. Can i suggest you go back and retype in the search box The Mill House Inn, I still haven't been there as I type but I have had good reports that the food and wine is excellant. I cannot comment on the old millfloor as i have never seen, heard or visited it so you need to make up your own minds as to whether you viit it or not.
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Date of stay: August 2011Trip type: Travelled with friends
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shjw wrote a review Jun 2005
Oxford, England4 contributions31 helpful votes
We found this B&B from a trusted travel guide. However, it was not what we expected. It is located in an idyllic setting--a little valley off of a wooded road in the midst of lush foliage very close to Tintagel. It was tricky to find as you cannot see it from the road, and must rely on wooden signs nailed to trees, and must then be daring enough to venture from your car to walk down a slick pathway down to the cottage. Once at the front gate, the owner greeted us at the door with few words and showed us immediately to our room. She never introduced herself, and never asked for our names. The room was comfortable yet dated and was certainly "well worn". Through that evening, the next morning at breakfast, and checking out, we barely spoke to the innkeeper, but instead conversed through notes mysteriously left on the dining table. The entire atmosphere was spooky--with the worldless, invisible innkeeper and run down cottate it had a haunted house feel. This was such a shame because the cute cottage would have so much potential if a little care was taken with it.
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Date of stay: June 2005
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Frequently Asked Questions about The Old Millfloor
Which popular attractions are close to The Old Millfloor?
Nearby attractions include Davidstow Airfield & Cornwall At War Museum (4.7 miles), King Arthur's Great Halls (1.5 miles), and Rocky Valley (1.4 miles).
What are some restaurants close to The Old Millfloor?
Conveniently located restaurants include The Coffee Cup, Primrose Cottage Cafe, and Vega.
Are there any historical sites close to The Old Millfloor?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Three Bowl Barrows (4.2 miles).