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Tuddenham Mill
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Tuddenham St Mary

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Get away from it all - and stay in ultimate comfort. Our fifteen rooms are unashamedly designed to tempt you, from the over-sized beds right down to those all-important little details.Walk-in showers, indulgent baths, some huge double-ended stone ones (big enough for three), fluffy bath sheets and exclusive Elemis toiletries, Italian designed and sourced furniture, Bose sound systems and Loewe flat screen TVs 6 ft beds with full sprung mattresses, cosy feather duvets, extra large pillows and fine Egyptian cotton bed linen. And that's just for starters. Old oak beams and sleek glass. Big skies and cool interiors. Tranquil water and seductive aromas. From its exposed beams and water wheel to the contemporary elegance of the bedroom furnishings, Tuddenham Mill brings together a unique mix of influences to excite the senses. Relax to our Bar Grooves - or just the sound of the water. Get your nose into some of the world's great wines. Play boules or lose yourself in the verdant surrounding countryside. Indulge in our imaginative ingredients, from regionally sourced seafood and home-cured hams to vodka-soaked chillis and organic goat's cheese.

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