The location is noisy (if the Cambridge bypass does not get you then the helicopters from the airport will!). It is a little difficult to access (single track road in places). The car park was a mess with much too much gravel on it - which proved incredibly noisy at night and early (6 am) morning.
The original Mill which contains the bar, restaurant, reception, etc is fine (never saw the bedrooms there). Our 'Superior' room was in a building comprising black-stained timber cladding and a black-stained corrugated iron roof. I have seen more attractive battery chicken houses. It was hot and stuffy.
There was no hotel information in the room and the fan made a noise like a half-jammed machine gun. I asked if both these problems could be rectified, was told they would, and NOTHING happened about either. The bath panel was broken at the bottom. The mirror light was all but unreachable.
We had a bar meal the first night - fish and chips. The fish was greasy and the chips were soft on the outside and undercooked inside (no idea how they achieved this culinary masterpiece). However the second night we had a restaurant meal that was excellent.
The restaurant staff (including breakfast staff) were very friendly and helpful. Obviously I cannot say the same about reception.
This is one to avoid.More