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Bolebroke Water Mill, Hartfield, Sussex

Bolebroke Water Mill
Bolebroke Castle
Edenbridge Road

Hartfield
Sussex

TN7 4JJ | View map

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Tucked away up a winding track the Mill nestles in romantic seclusion surrounded by woodland, mill streams and pasture. This idyllically unspoilt setting was the film set for 'Carrington', starring Emma Thompson and Jonathan Price.

The mill was recorded in King William the Conqueror's Domesday Book in 1086 AD. Mill worked until 1948. In the Millers Barn ceilings and doors are low, but stairs are gradual, leading to 2 honeymoon rooms with ancient four poster beds and downstairs bedroom with kingsize bed and lounge.

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Ratings/Awards: 4 Diamonds
Number of Rooms: 3
Number Ensuite: 3
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Children Welcome - over 7
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No Smoking Rooms - All rooms
Tourist Board Inspected - & AA
Building of Historic Interest
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