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Egypt Mill Hotel and Restaurant
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Gloucestershire

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This luxurious 16th century riverside hotel and restaurant is situated in the unspoilt Cotswold town of Nailsworth. The Egypt Mill Hotel provides the ideal setting for a memorable stay or a romantic meal in ageless surroundings. There are two restaurants in Egypt Mill. The upstairs, split level restaurant offers diners the opportunity to enjoy a comprehensive a'la carte or table d'hote menu in romantic, softly lit luxury beneath 450 year old oak beams. All food, in both restaurants, is freshly prepared by super Chef, Jason Leeming and his team. Fresh fish is a speciality, delivered daily and prepared to order.
In the Cellar Bar & Bistro the choice is equally extensive but simpler with the emphasis on the informal in a rural village pub atmosphere. Snacks and sandwiches are available during lunch times In this bar the carefully renovated and working mill-wheel is housed behind glass to be visible to all who eat here.

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