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Inns in Coxhoe

The Old Mill
Metal Bridge
County Durham

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The old mill has a welcoming atmosphere in a friendly village location. We are open for food and drink all day from Lunch time through to close making us the ideal choice for a quick snack and a drink over lunch or for the formal entertaining of business clients.

We have spent the last few months developing and refining our extensive chalkboard menu and we are proud to say we now consider The Old Mill to be at the forefront for food in Pubs.

Our menu has something for everyone from Jacket Potatoes and Hot Filled Baguettes to Steak and Kidney Suet Pudding, from Gammon Hock with Pork and Bean Hash to Lemon Chicken and Duck with Honey & Pink Peppercorn sauce to Salmon Mesquite, all beautifully presented in ample portions and at competitive prices.

Of Course we are still a traditional British pub providing a wide range of hand pulled ales, lager's and soft drinks as well as boasting an imaginative wine list available to enjoy by the glass or by the bottle.

The Old Mill has recently gone through a dramatic transformation where by we have created eight of the highest quality en-suite rooms, this adds to the superb existing atmosphere and ambience making this one of the best places to stay for miles around.

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Ratings/Awards: AA 4 Diamonds
Number of Rooms: 8
Number Ensuite: 8
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