The grinding room of the mill was once here, but it is now a cosy cottage of charm and individuality.
The entrance faces away from the courtyard and offers privacy as well as easy access to the parking area. The half-glazed stable door faces west; an added bonus to take advantage of the afternoon summer sun. There is a small garden area with furniture but the courtyard and other garden areas are also there to be enjoyed.
Kibble Mill has been lovingly furnished and equipped with a 'hint of yesteryear'. Many of the pieces have a story to tell and you can enjoy reading about them during your stay!
The cottage has a comfortable, open plan sitting room with gate-legged dining table and chairs as well as other period furniture. (There's still a TV with DVD player unless you would like us to remove it and leave you with just the radio, games, books and jigsaws of course.)
The compact kitchen has all 'mod-cons' combined with crockery and cutlery that will remind you of tea with grandma.
Upstairs the galleried bedroom has a divan double bed with crisp white linen covered with a hand-made patchwork quilt. (We can replace the duvet with sheets and blankets if you would prefer.) There is a washbasin and ensuite shower room with toilet.
Our taller guests should take care upstairs with the low beams, but there are no height restrictions downstairs!
Heating is by central heating radiators.
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