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Ellen, the owner could not have been more welcoming and delightful. We booked to attend the Aldeburgh Food and Drink Festival so had a two night stay.
The cottage was wonderfully clean, equipped and comfortable for our needs and perfectly situated for nearby Maltings and...More
Response from Ellen N, Owner at The Old MillResponded 3 October 2014
I am so glad you enjoyed your stay, and look forward to seeing you again in the future.
Perfect place to stay. We had booked elswhere but that fell through because the hotel closed down - talk about a blessing in disguise!
Ellen, her husband and particularly the cat made us feel right at home from the moment we arrived, nothing we asked...More
This little outbuilding has been refurbished to the highest standard. It is delightful in every respect- light, airy, comfortable, with an ensuite shower room and small kitchen area. The bedding is lovely white cotton, really good towels, everything is spotlessly clean. French windows open on...More
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Response from Ellen N, Owner at The Old MillResponded 25 May 2014
Thank you both for your kind review. It really does make a difference to us to know that you enjoyed yourselves, and gives us a chance to see how others see us.
Very happy to recommend the Millers Cottage. Even if it’s all a bit ‘compact’ even for two, we prefer to have our own space to eat breakfast and to relax ( rather than the traditional B&B room). The location in Snape Village is great with...More
We spent 3 nights in the 'Gardener's Cottage'. It was great. We liked having a kitchenette and being able to have breakfast how we liked, when we liked. The location is excellent. The property is characterful and stylish in a genuine country way. The hosts...More
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Response from Ellen N, Owner at The Old MillResponded 6 January 2014
Thank you both for your lovely review, and I'm glad that you had such a good break. Come again, and I'll make sure that I make more apricot jam when they come into season.
Hello, this looks a little gem! Do we have to stay a minimum of two nights and if we do, can we come and go as we please - like renting a cottage or is our access restricted during the day?
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Response from Ellen N | Property representative |
I'm afraid that I do do a minimum of two nights stay, but you are completely free to come and go as you wish as you will have a key. You can also have breakfast whenever you wish as I leave everything in the cottage the... More
I'm afraid that I do do a minimum of two nights stay, but you are completely free to come and go as you wish as you will have a key. You can also have breakfast whenever you wish as I leave everything in the cottage the night before. Each cottage has its own garden with a table and chairs so you can sit outside weather permitting!