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Hotels in Chard

Hornsbury Mill
Eleighwater
Chard
Somerset

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Welcome to Hornsbury Mill hotel & wedding venue in Chard, Somerset. A charming example of an early 19th century corn mill set deep in the heart of Somerset on the A358 between Taunton and Chard.

Built of local flint with hamstone mullion windows it combines many original features with the modern comforts of a four star hotel. Enjoy the sight and sound of the fine old waterwheel, which has been lovingly restored and turns effortlessly during daylight hours.

Four acres of beautiful, informally landscaped gardens with lake and fountain form the backdrop to this delightful location where peacocks, swans and ducks are long-term residents making this an ideal venue for weddings in Somerset, special occasions and conferences.

Ten en suite guest rooms include a well appointed ground floor room which has good disabled access and facilities, and the delightful Crown Wheel Suite comprising bedroom with four poster bed, luxury bathroom and separate sitting room overlooking the cogs and mechanism of the mill wheel. Whether you dine in our restaurant, take a short break, or visit on business we are here to look after you and make your stay a relaxing one.

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Price per Room:

Double: From 110
Twin: From 97
Single: From 85 - Single occupancy
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Name: The Mill Restaurant

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