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Inns in Barton Mills

Olde Bull Inn Hotel
The Street
Barton Mills
Suffolk

IP28 6AA | View map

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The Olde Bull Inn, Barton Mills is located centrally between Newmarket, Bury St Edmunds, Ely, and Thetford, and just 2 miles from Mildenhall. The Olde Bull Inn has just been bought by a young couple, Cheryl and Wayne. It is one of the few genuinely privately owned AND managed hotels in the area. The couple have already decorated the restaurant and you can now dine in the Oakroom restaurant with walls in Farrow and Ball paint, fabrics in rich colours by Sanderson and relax in the rich chocolate brown chairs. The historic coaching inn oozes with character and charm, with the comforts of new blended in. The location of the Inn makes it the ideal venue for business and tourist visitors to the area. You can be assured of a warm friendly personal welcome at the Olde Bull Inn along with a varied selection of real ales and fine wines and menus for all occasions. The hotel brings a happy blend of charming restaurants and bars, with the comfort of 14 character bedrooms. We look forwarding to welcoming you to The Olde Bull Inn.

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