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Burton Mill B & B, Linton, Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire HR9 7RR
Tel: 01989 721014 Email:

Russell and Liz Denbigh would like to welcome you to Burton Mill, their lovely bed and breakfast establishment, which is situated in the heart of the beautiful Herefordshire countryside at Linton, just four miles from the market town of Ross-on-Wye.

Burton Mill was a working corn mill until the late 1940's, after which it was used as a store. Russell and Liz have worked hard to retain and restore many interesting features of its history, which guests are welcome to view during their visit.

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Burton mill, Linton, Near Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire.

The Twin Bedroom at Burton Mill.

One of the double rooms at Burton Mill.

The accommodation at Burton Mill comprises three guests rooms, including a double bedroom with en suite bathroom, a double room with en suite shower room and a twin room, also with en suite shower room. Each of the rooms are prettily furnished and are equipped with tea and coffee making facilities and a television.

Breakfast at Burton Mill is prepared using local produce and is served in the family kitchen. If you have any special dietary requirements, please advise at the time of booking so that your needs can be catered for. Although evening meals are not provided, there is a wide variety of pubs and restaurants nearby. However, a light supper can be provided for you by arrangement.

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Another double room at Burton Mill.

The dining room at Burton Mill.

Guests are welcome to enjoy the garden, which is being beautifully developed to encourage wildlife. The garden is frequently visited by a wide variety of birds, including kingfishers and ducks. Buzzards and sparrow hawks can often be spotted from this beautiful location and there are outstanding views of the surrounding countryside to enjoy from here. As Burton Mill was previously a working mill, by its nature it is unsuitable for children under the age of fourteen years.

There is plenty of off road parking at Burton mill, so if you are planning to meet up with friends or family for a holiday, there will be no difficulty in accommodating your vehicles. Well behaved dogs are welcome to stay at Burton Mill, however, guests are asked to accommodate their pets in their vehicles overnight. Dogs must also be kept on a lead as the house is situated adjacent to farmland

For the comfort of all guests, Burton Mill is a smoke free environment.

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Some of the interesting features of Burton Mill's history.

Part of the old mill workings at Burton mill

Burton Mill is ideally situated on the edges of both the Forest of Dean and the Wye Valley and is perfect to use as a base if you wish to explore some of the many places of scenic and historic interest in this area of outstanding beauty. The market towns of Ross-on-Wye and Monmouth are within easy reach of Burton Mill and if you are interested in history, Goodrich Castle is well worth a visit. Why not visit beautiful Symonds Yat and Yat Rock for breathtaking scenery and maybe catch a glimpse of the Peregrine Falcons?

If you prefer to stay active whilst on holiday, there are many different activities to try locally, such as canoeing, cycling, walking, fishing and many more, then after a fun filled day, return to Burton Mill and just relax.

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The beautiful grounds at Burton Mill.

For further information on Burton Mill or to make a booking, please contact Russell or Liz at the address given below. They will be very pleased to hear from you. Alternatively, you may like to visit their web site.

Burton Mill B & B, Linton, Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire HR9 7RR
Tel: 01989 721014 Email:

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