The Old Mill

Coxhoe, County Durham
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    Type Pub B&B
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    Bedrooms 12
  • £65 - £75 per room per night

Details

The Old Mill is an English Inn with a warm and welcoming atmosphere, tasteful and stylish furnishings set in a countryside setting.

This inn started it's life in 1813 as a paper mill. It later became a joint corn mill and paper mill until 1890 when it's business was transferred to a nearby village.

In the year 2000 this pub was aquired by Key Inns Ltd, a family run business with a mission to provide guests and residents with food, drink and accommodation of the highest quality in meticulously designed premises.

Following a comprehensive refurbishment this inn is a great place to stay, eat and socialise, only a mile from junction 61 of the A1M, and 5 miles from the historic city of Durham.   

For more information and to book please click the purple button which leads directly to their website.

Ratings

  • AA 4 Star
National Rating
AA
4 * rating
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    Single En-Suite 

    Single Rooms
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    Sleeps 1
  • From £65 per room per night

The three single rooms are all en-suite, with digital television, free WiFi, shampoos and soaps and tea and coffee making facilities. 

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    Double En-Suite 

    Double Rooms
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    Sleeps 2
  • From £75 per room per night

The nine double rooms are all en-suite, with digital television, free WiFi, shampoos and soaps and tea and coffee making facilities.  

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