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The Olde Bull Inn
The Street
Barton Mills

Mildenhall
Suffolk

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The Olde Bull Inn, Barton Mills is located centrally between Newmarket (6miles), Bury St Edmunds (10 miles), Ely (12 miles), and Thetford (7 miles), and just 2 miles from Mildenhall.

The Olde Bull is over 500 years old and simply oozes with character & charm, the atmosphere is relaxing and welcoming. It boasts a informal public bar with real ales, an AA rated rosette restaurant with fine wines and 14 refurbished bedrooms with a boutique twist. Since the Olde Bull was bought by Cheryl & Wayne in May 2007 it has been lovingly restored and refurbished with great respect shown to the original historic features of the building. It has also been singled out for recognition by the AA and awarded a much coveted rosette that recognizes “excellent restaurants that stand out in their local area”.

The hotel has won many other awards including Morning Advertisers Best Newcomers, NBA Best New Business & was shortlisted for the BII’s licensee of the year. The location of the Inn makes it the ideal venue for business and tourist visitors to the area. There is so much to do during your stay, see our website for a full list of ideas.

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Number of Rooms: 14
Number Ensuite: 14
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Chef: Matthew Cooke

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