The room, bathroom and common space of this B&B was nice and comfortable, and traditionally furnished, but besides hearing water running when we arrived (whilst waiting at least 20 minutes for the owner to arrive, as she does not live on the premises) - you would not have known the property was an old watermill, which was somewhat disappointing.
As we had been on the road for 7 hours and had an early start the next morning, waiting for the little restaurant to open at 9pm was too late for us, and the only other place we could find to eat at was a pizza café in the village down the road, which was nothing to rave about.
The breakfast was the poorest I have ever known anywhere in the world. A packet of Melba toast and a jar of honey, 2 oranges and 2 apples, one of which was bad. There was a coffee machine but no instructions how to use it (not everyone is a coffee fan) and a kettle, a carton of long-life milk and that was it. No fridge, no butter, no cold drink - water or juice, no fresh bread, ham, cheese or typical Italian pastries - exceedingly disappointing.
Luckily, we were the only ones staying, so it was nice and quiet - I can't imagine that would be the case if it was full.
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