Mill House Bed & Breakfast
Charming B&B surrounded by water meadow and wilderness gardens with quaint, en-suite rooms…Mill House B&B in Berwick St James is situated on Salisbury Plain, four miles from Stonehenge and within 8 miles of Salisbury in Wiltshire. Our guests particularly enjoy our beautiful garden and meadow. The old part of the house was built by Thomas Miles, the miller, in 1785.
We have four double bedrooms with ensuite facilities. Our rooms are comfortably furnished and have beautiful views across the meadow, over the garden or towards the mill stream. We also have a twin bedded room.
About the Mill House
Come and enjoy Mill House… situated in a quiet Wiltshire village of Berwick St James, next to the River Till, the house is as pretty as a film set; surrounded by a water meadow and wilderness garden. Rambling roses and blooming marsh orchids are in abundance in this 12-acre seat of tranquility.
Mill House is a 18 century miller’s house, packed with interesting porcelain, ancestral photographs above the fire, makes you feel instantly at home while the 4 bedrooms are quaint, flowery and old-fashioned with firm comfy beds.
Breakfasts are served at small tables in the pretty dining room. There is a choice of cereals and a cooked breakfast. All our produce is local and is of the highest standard.
Mill House B&B is ideally located to visit nearby Stonehenge (just 4 miles away), or wander round historic Salisbury (8 miles); whilst delighting in the knowledge that on your return you can sit and relax in the garden and watch the River Till go by.
Things to see and do
The Salisbury area is rich in history, glorious countryside for walking and there are many gardens and pubs to visit close to Berwick St James.
Stonehenge is only 4 miles away. It can be reached in 5 minutes by car or by an attractive walk for those who are feeling active.
Salisbury, with its splendid cathedral and medieval buildings, Old Sarum and Wilton House, the home of the Earl of Pembroke are all within 15 minutes drive. They are all highly recommended as places to visit. Salisbury has the Playhouse theatre and, in late May every year, the city holds an arts festival.
We will happily give our visitors guidance over places to go during their stay with us. Longleat, Bath and Avebury are all within easy reach for a day trip.
While we do not offer dinner, the ‘Boot Inn’ in the village is within a short stroll. The food is excellent and has been enjoyed by many of our guests. (Closed for dinner on Sundays and Mondays). Tel: 01722 790633
When Michael is not tending to his garden, or his guests, he travels across southern Africa on ROVOS RAIL