Stay in a fully restored and 'working' windmill just minutes from the gorgeous Norfolk coast. Perfectly designed for a memorable couples' retreat with luxury interiors and stunning views.
Please note that the minimum stay for this property is 3 nights
All through this historic windmill the beautiful interiors are bespoke and impressive. Spread over three floors, a sweeping staircase, following the contours of the tower windmill, take guests from the well appointed kitchen dining area annexed to the Mill, with its partly glazed roof and the luxurious living space on the ground floor up, to a spacious changing area and spa bathroom on the first floor then a further staircase leads you to the sumptuous bedroom. Original feature windows at Stow Mill on each floor provide fantastic 360 degree views over open fields and to the coastline beyond. Fantastic walks across open countryside and over the coastal cliffs await, with the fabulous North Norfolk beaches only minutes away. Designed with couples in mind, this historic and very sought after accommodation sleeps two guests in a truly memorable property in this wonderful part of the North Norfolk coast.
Experience living in one of the very few remaining ‘working’ windmills in the UK. The circular tower structure of Stow Mill provides a unique setting for this contemporary and very considerately fitted and furnished property. The decor is light and modern, yet cosy and familiar too, with no expense spared to ensure you have everything you might need during your stay. The fully equipped kitchen, diner and living space make practical living a breeze, whilst a small private rear garden allows guests to enjoy the windmill and hopefully the fantastic Norfolk weather, from outside.
Stow Mill is situated just outside of the quaint Victorian seaside village of Mundesley with its small high street, well kept village green and local public houses ready for you to explore and enjoy a refreshing drink (or two) after a day on the magnificent local clean, sandy beaches or following a brisk coastal walk. Slightly further afield there are many things for you to see and do. Enjoy the wild flora and fauna of the Norfolk countryside, coastline and of course the broads, whether on foot, bicycle, kayak or boat, as well as the many excellent restaurants in the local area.
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