Guest House in Lifton

Tinhay Mill Guest House
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Suzanne & Stephen welcome you to Tinhay Mill. Our character accommodation has a cosy and relaxed atmosphere which helps our guests to unwind in this peaceful 16th Century mill cottage. Visitors are invited to share the ambience of this special old house with its beamed ceilings open fire place and timeless charm. Ideally located on the Devon and Cornwall border for exploring historical landmarks rugged coasts and the natural beauty of the West Country. Sandwiched between Dartmoor and Bodmin Moor with the North Coast just a 30 minute drive away will ensure thereís always plenty for the family to enjoy from Port Issac (Doc Martin country) Bocastle and the famous King Arthurís ruins at Tintagel to the Eden Project. Tinhay lies between the historic towns of Okehampton Tavistock with Buckland Abbey (Sir Francis Drakeís birthplace) and just across the River Tamar into Cornwall Launceston a quaint market town with its museum and Norman castle. Whether youíre holidaying in the West Country fishing the many rivers available or on business Tinhay is the ideal location and setting from which to start your day!

Check-In time: 16:00:00      Check-Out time: 10:30:00
Guest House
Official Rating: 4 Star
Located centrally in Lifton
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No smokingLoungeLock-up facility for bicyclesInternet access (wireless) in public areasInternet access (high speed) in public areasWireless internet connection (in rooms)Tea and coffee making facilitiesInternet accessHigh speed internet connectionHairdryer
FreeviewFree Wireless internet connection (in rooms)Free High speed internet connectionColour televisionSecure parkingFree parkingOn-site parkingChildren welcome (min age 14 years)Payment Options - SterlingPayment cards accepted - Visa, Master Card, Maestro, JCB
Additional Information
Tinhay Mill is a 16th Century dwelling formerly two mill cottages. Made from cob a natural building material consisting of sand clay and some kind of fibrous material such as straw it would have originally been thatched. The ceilings are made from oak beams and a large chimney runs centrally up through the heart of the house which is still in service today to heat the guest's dining room. The thick walls provide a welcome coolness in the summer months and lock in the heat during the winter.
Dining Facilities
Guests enjoy their breakfast in our quaint breakfast room named Wild Garlic. Sit comfortably on Victorian carved wooden chairs surrounded by antiques and oddities in this period styled room heated by the cosy log burner. Attentive service is always guaranteed by your host Suzanne who will always make you feel comfortable and welcome.
Meals Available: Free Breakfast, Breakfast (Full cooked), Breakfast (Continental)

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Tinhay Mill Guest House
PL16 0AJ

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