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Five luxurious cottages (VisitEngland 4* and 5* all with Gold Awards) at famous historic watermill. Each with private garden and access to communal grounds.  Canoes and rowing available exclusively for guests along with extensive fishing. 

  • Millers House
    The Miller’s House
    4 bedrooms – sleeps 8
    Beautiful Georgian house with 3 bathrooms, enclosed courtyard and further riverside gardens
    More details and availability!
  • North Meadow Cottage
    North Meadow Cottage

    3 bedroom – sleeps 6
    5* Gold. New for 2016
    Ultra high spec, sensational views and fully wheelchair accessible
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  • The Lodge
    The Lodge

    2 bedrooms – sleeps 4
    Set in enormous half acre walled garden
    Gates lead to further gardens and river bank
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  • Mill Race Cottage
    Mill Race Cottage

    2 bedrooms – sleeps 4
    35ft first floor living room with great views
    Stunning riverside gardens
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Situated in the beautiful Waveney valley, on the Norfolk / Suffolk border, these luxurious and stylish cottages are set in 8 acres of gardens and surrounded by over 250 acres of water meadows in the grounds of one of England’s most picturesque and historic watermills. Click UpFront Reviews link for nearly 200 verified visitor comments.

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  • Fast wi-fi and web-connected TVs throughout
  • Extensive private fishing (in season) on main river and mill stream (mainly chub, roach, perch, dace, pike). We can show you the best spots.
  • Explore the river in our canoes or rowing boat
  • 5 minutes walk from village pub (which offers a warm welcome and hot food)
  • Dogs welcome in The Lodge the The Miller’s House
  • Groups of up to 10 people can book two cottages together

‘Perfect, just perfect’
‘Mendham Mill is like Narnia, simply another world’

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Finally, for those who wonder about such things, by tradition mills don’t flood. The water meadows form an enormous natural basin for flood water so although they and some of our gardens flood occasionally the buildings have never been known to flood.