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The Turtley Corn Mill
South Brent

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The setting of the Mill is idyllic, located in the beautiful and varied area of Avonwick, South Hams the original Mill is set in six acres of grounds bordered by the River Glazebrook, we even have our own small lake complete with an island, perfect for sunny days and idle wandering

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We have four double en-suite rooms here at Turtley, one with a bath, and all are designed and fitted out to the standard that we would expect on our travels. Each room is equipped with king-sized beds, duck feather and down duvets, Egyptian cotton linen, Sky free view, flat screen TV’s, free internet connection and powerful, spacious showers and other thoughtful additions for your comfort and relaxation.

Check In 14:00, Check Out 10:00. Cancellation Policy: 48 hours notice from time of arrival is required. If we are able to rebook the room then a refund of any amount paid will be made. Smoking and pets not permitted, with the exception of Guide Dogs.

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