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The Old Mill

A family run B&B right on the Offa’s Dyke Path, ten minutes’ drive from Oswestry and within easy reach of the Shropshire Hills, and north and mid Wales. The house is a former corn mill and public house  at the southern end of Candy Woods in the valley of the River Morda.

We offer you a warm welcome and can suggest activities during your stay including local walks. We have two double en-suite rooms and one twin with a private bathroom, as well as a comfortable guests’ sitting room.  We are licensed, and also offer evening meals and packed lunches.

Our campsite is small and simple, with water and a loo, but you also have use of The Kettle House – where you can help yourself to hot drinks, and use the electricity and WiFi.  We offer bacon/egg rolls for breakfast from the house, as well as filled baked potatoes for supper.


  • Bar/Licensed
  • Bedlinen and towels included
  • Central Heating
  • Dog friendly
  • Free on site parking
  • Free Wifi
  • Garden
  • Hairdryer
  • Ironing facilities
  • Non smoking establishment
  • On site parking
  • Smart TV
  • Tea and coffee making facilities
  • Guide Dogs Permitted
  • Breakfast included
  • Rural location
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