The Mill itself is a charming stone building with a bar, dining room and residents lounge all of which benefit from log fires.
- Eight elegant bedrooms all with en suite facilities, telephone and T.V. offering beautiful views across the valley or gardens (including one family room which sleeps up to 6 people).
- The dining room, positioned over the delightful millstream is light and airy during the day yet intimate and romantic at night.
- The traditional beamed bar, which has fine Delabole flagstones and informal furnishings is a wonderful place to relax and enjoy a drink and listen to the occasional live music.
- In fine weather lunches, evening drinks and barbeques can be enjoyed outside on the attractive split-level terraces.
The Mill House Inn offers great food and drink. Menus are changed regularly and concentrate on the use of the best fresh fish, meat, produce and other ingredients all sourced locally, in and around North Cornwall.
Sharps local ales and an unusual and creative wine list compliment the lunch and dinner menus. The Mill House is proud to be mentioned in several guides and publications, Alastair Sawdays Special Places Pubs and Inns, The Good Pub Guide and we are a member of Cornish Accredited Restaurants.
Our 2013 rates are:
Superior Double Bedroom with en-suite bath and WC - from £90.00
Double or Twin Bedroom with en-suite shower and WC - from £75.00
Family room with en-suite bath and WC - from £80.00
The terms for double rooms assume occupancy by 2 people at the adult rate, single occupancy @ extra 75% of room rate.
To discuss your stay, or private booking requirements,
please do not hesitate to contact the Inn on 01840 770 200.
All our staff are friendly, experienced and knowledgeable and will do their utmost to make you feel at home.
Trebarwith is an excellent base for a holiday in Cornwall. Nothing is far away. Fantastic beaches, rolling surf, the coastal path, great golf courses and stunning attractions all within easy driving distance.
- The championship golf courses at St Enodoc and Trevose
- Wonderful gardens and National Trust properties
- The National Maritime Museum in Falmouth
- The St Ives Tate Gallery
- The Eden Project
The surfing beach at Trebarwith Strand is one of the finest in Cornwall and is situated half a mile down the valley from the Mill House. Tintagel, the home of King Arthur is also within easy reach, as are the popular villages of Rock and Padstow and the seaside resort of Newquay.
Cornwall has many things to offer the active visitor. Numerous paths and coastal routes explore some of Cornwall’s most picturesque views, and the Camel Trail either by bicycle or by foot is a popular choice. There are also many water sports and activities available locally such as sailing, surfing and diving.