Friday, 12 July 2019

Braunston Mill, Braunston, Warwickshire


Braunston Mill offers self catering accommodation in the village of Braunston in Warwickshire. The Mill is a detached contemporary retreat which will sleep 6 in comfort in 3 double bedrooms.

Main entrance hall with an area set aside as quiet area to read your favourite book. A WC and utility area are on this floor equipped with auto washing machine.

This floor is dedicated to a state of the art kitchen comprising of: A stainless steel American fridge/freezer, a cooking centre with separate oven, combi microwave oven and a separate steam oven. The huge centre unit contains a 60cm induction hob with extractor. The Porsche designed sink station also houses a full-size dishwasher. Also in the kitchen is a large 8 seat table. From here there is also a door which leads via an external stairway down to the private secluded garden.

This floor is the huge 21″ 4” lounge. This has 2 very large 4 seat gorgeous contemporary sofas for you to snuggle up on and watch your favourite DVD or satellite programme on the 50″ Pioneer plasma TV. Or listen to music on the Hi-Fi system.

On this floor, you will find the fantastic bathroom which is equipped with a 1.5 metre round bath with fitted 8 jet whirlpool and radio. There is an all glass steam shower has to be seen with multi-jet massage and it’s own separate radio. Across the hall is the first double bedroom with a fantastic 6’3″ round bed with an en suite shower/bathroom. An LCD TV is in the bedroom.

Although mentioned in the Doomsday book of 1086, Braunston remained just a rural farming community, the Manor is a major working farmhouse with stables, stockyard and outbuilding, until the late 1700′s.

All changed with the construction of the canal, the main transport network of that time. Braunston became the main central point of this canal system. Important at last! Although commercial canal traffic finished in the 1960′s Braunston is now very busy with leisure boats, accompanying tourists and related businesses.

A canalside walk will take you past Chandlers, boat builders/fitters, souvenir shops and the Old Pump House with its enormous chimney. This Pump House in times past was used for restocking the top canal pounds with water from the bottom pound reservoirs now used as moorings for the numerous narrow boats stationed here.

For more information please visit our website:

https://www.theholidaycottages.co.uk/Warwickshire/13910

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