Welcome to Mill End - a country hotel and restaurant on Dartmoor.
Mill End is a perfect hotel hideaway, enjoying the beauty and tranquillity of Dartmoor National Park, yet just 35 minutes from Exeter and with easy reach of the A30.
Mill End is fortunate to be able count many of the regular visitors as friends. They enjoy the warmth of the welcome at Mill End, the breathtaking natural surroundings, the charm of the mill wheel and the fine food and wine.
Twenty one lovely rooms, all individually styled and full of character.
The popular restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and candle-lit evening meals and they are proud to serve some of Devon's finest produce. The hotel is very proud to have won a Silver award from the prestigious Taste of the West campaign this year.
Mill End is also a perfect country-house venue for your wedding, celebration dinner or a get-away-from-it-all business meeting. They can arrange exclusive use of the hotel to give your event that extra-special touch of class.
Mill End has 21 individually styled rooms:
Standard Double rooms are compact but comfortable with king-size beds and views over the front lawns or rear gardens.
King Size Double and Twin rooms are larger with super-king beds offering a variety of comfortable styles and lovely views.
The four Junior Suites offer an extra touch of luxury and space - one has a large balcony and another a private ground floor deck.
The Teign Suite - is a luxurious two-room suite with a large Emperor size bedroom and a separate lounge area. The more contemporary Wolf Suite boasts balcony overlooking the River with split level sleeping area, double ended bath and separate shower room.
They also have one single room - a quiet and comfortable room with a lovely outlook over the front lawns.
All the rooms are en-suite, and offer either bath, shower or both.
All rooms have lovely views over the front lawns and towards Castle Drogo, or over the pretty rear gardens and the riverbank.
Bottled water is provided in every room, along with home-made cookies to welcome you.
Bar, lounges and fine-dining restaurant.
Riverside walks from the hotel, towards Fingle Bridge or into the village of Chagford.
Fishing (permits on sale at Reception).
Free WiFi available in the downstairs bar and lounge.
Walking maps and guides available
You are very welcome to bring your dog (surcharge applies). In the Boot Room you'll find doggie towels, treats and all you might need for your pet.
Mill End Restaurant
Mill End Restaurant
The Mill End team take seasonal and local ingredients and use them to create fine British dishes for your enjoyment.
You’ll find their style is a careful balance, reflecting the country hotel ambience, yet adding carefully considered modern twists to surprise and delight you.
Their indulgent breakfast is served from 8am until 10am to residents and non-residents.
Start with the ample cold buffet of cereals, fruits, yogurts, home-made pastries and fruit juices. They will then serve you your choice of hot breakfast to order - including the traditional "Full English", lighter options, and fish.
Lunch is served from 12am until 2:30pm.
Enjoy a light lunch, cream tea (both savoury and sweet) or a luxury Grand Tea with home made cakes, savouries, scones and sandwiches.
The traditional Sunday lunch features a choice of starters, mains and desserts, and is a firm favourite at £19 for 2 courses!
Devon Cream Teas
Relax in their lounges, or take a seat in the gardens, and they will serve you with a delicious Devon Cream Tea. Home-made scones (served warm, with jam and clotted cream), perhaps a slice of home-made cake, and of course a steaming pot of tea or coffee. Available every day this is a must have treat for your trip to Dartmoor.
Their fantastic evening menu is served every night from 6.30pm and residents benefit from a special set price if dinner is pre-booked.
Mill End weddings are something quite exclusive and very special.
A small, romantic country-house marriage ceremony in one of their beautiful rooms. Or a magical venue for a wedding-day celebration if you are getting married in one of their local churches.
They can provide exclusive use of the hotel, so that you and your guests can enjoy your special day privately but together. Their 21 individual and luxurious bedrooms are there for you and your guests to stay the night.
Perfect meetings demand the perfect location. Mill End Hotel is the perfect meeting venue for confidential board meetings, strategy events, exclusive product launches and team away-days. Mill End is easy to get to – just 5 minutes from the A30, 35 minutes from Exeter. And yet they are a million miles away, giving you the breathing space you need for a productive and motivational meeting.
They can tailor a package to meet your needs – whether it’s for a few hours, or a couple of days.
The hotel has 21 rooms, which can either be used for single-occupancy or, if partners are joining, for double occupancy. They can also arrange team building events locally on Dartmoor.
A data projector, flipchart and pens can be provided. There is free WiFi in most of their public areas.
Mill End is a 21 bedroom country hotel and restaurant, beautifully situated on the banks of the River Teign.
There is a wealth of things to do whilst staying with us at Mill End.
One of Mill End’s great advantages is that you are already on a walk – the Two Moors Way – which runs from Exmoor in the north all the way down to the South Devon coast. From this ancient artery, you can explore fabulous routes in all directions, stepping back in time to a land of legend and mystery. Some 600 yards of private salmon and trout fishing, eight miles of game fishing and still water fishing on local lakes await your pleasure.
The historic stannary town of Chagford is just minutes away by car (or a lovely 25-minute walk along the riverbank). There are numerous enchanting eateries and gift shops not to mention the outdoor pool. In the other direction you can walk to Fingle Bridge and divert slightly past Castle Drogo to take in the stunning views from the Teign Valley route. Within 40 minutes the world famous Dartmoor Tors can be visited or climbed and there is a wealth of gourmet opportunities from local cosy inns to world class Michelin starred restaurants. The National Trust properties of Parke, Powderham Castle and Killerton are all easily accessible plus many varied and interesting areas within Dartmoor itself.