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Old Mill Hotel
Tollbridge Road
Batheaston

Bathampton
Bath

BA1 7DE | View map

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'Bath's most beautifully located hotel, by the River Avon with lovely gardens & stunning views over the countryside'.
The Old Mill is located on a site that housed a flour mill until 1907. Since then it has been developed into an attractive hotel with lovely bedrooms, all en suite, banqueting suites and a delightful restaurant by the river with a unique waterwheel feature. The banqueting rooms, restaurant and bars have stunning views of the River Avon and the beautiful countryside surrounding it. The picture is completed by the pretty hotel gardens, alongside the river, which is popular with rowers, boating enthusiasts and for fishing holidays. The current owners, two very experienced hoteliers and restaurateurs acquired The Old Mill in April 1998. Since then they have completed an extensive refurbishment programme, resulting in all bedrooms, banqueting rooms and the restaurant and bar, being totally redecorated and refurbished. Please note that the hotel has no lift.

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