Arrow Mill is a privately owned family run property located in the heart of rural Warwickshire, positioned directly opposite Ragley Hall, close to Redditch, the M42, Junction 15 of the M40 and nearby Stratford upon Avon. The grounds, which cover over 60 acres, have been landscaped for guests to enjoy pleasant walks among abundant wildlife or fish the River Arrow and onsite lake. The former mill has been lovingly restored in order to maintain the historic atmosphere, whilst offering the most comfortable and pleasant surroundings to enjoy a break away. All bedrooms are spacious and designed to offer the utmost in comfort together with the ambiance to ensure a pleasant and relaxing stay for both business and leisure guests alike. The Superior rooms are larger and have a comfortable sitting area in addition to wonderful views. The Arrow Mill prides itself on its cuisine and chef and owner Simon Woodhams presides over the kitchen alongside his son James. The freshest of ingredients are used, sourced from the local area and Birmingham Market. The restaurant itself overlooks the beautiful lake to create a wonderful dining experience. The hotel prides itself on the location for weddings, as the grounds are beautiful offering ideal scenery for photographs. The restaurant also offers a fabulous dining experience to guarantee a wedding or social event to remember. Please Note, the restaurant is not open Sunday Evenings. The Arrow Mill was originally a working mill, mentioned in the Domesday Book when it was valued at three shillings and six pence (17 p). Flour was made until the late 1800 s then animal feeds right up to 1964. There were working mills almost every mile on the River Arrow many years ago but most have become houses, housing estates or sadly, just simply vanished. The hotel is ideally situated for exploring Georgian Warwick and its world famous medieval castle, as well as Royal Leamington Spa, Stratford upon Avon and the Cotswolds. Other places of interest include Upton House and Gardens, Stoneleigh Abbey, Shakespeare Birthplace Trust, The Royal Shakespeare Company, Ragley Hall, Packwood House, Mary Arden s House and Country Museum, Hidcote Manor Garden, Hatton Country World, Farnborough Hall, Coughton Hall, Charlcote Park and Anne Hathway s House.
It looks impressive when arriving up the drive
The attitude of the owner was appalling...and I mean appalling. it was like checking into a squalid b&b in some seedy backstreet where the room key is literally thrown at you. serious attitude problem. Checking out was like the Marie Celeste...nobody whatsoever to be found in the reception, bar or restaurant. Mattress in room wafer thin.
The mill has plenty of character, and the staff were very friendly and helpful. Ideally located for Ragley Hall.
A little difficult to get to without a car.
The only let down we felt no tea or coffee in the room. But great breakfast
superb location great service good restaurant.fantastic views over the mill
The flies in the bar but this time of year difficult to control.
Very friendly, helpful staff. It's agreat location and the bar food was very good and good value for money
My room was quite small, very dusty and there was no kettle/ tea/ coffee facilities. The curtains collapsed on me when I tried to pull them. Very poor at £70 a night I think.
Liked the location and the hotel itself was lovely
There were no tea or coffee making facilities in the room and there was no shower, only a bath in the ensuite.
Fantastic setting great staff and superb breakfast
Beautifull setting and surroundings. Also the building had great charactor
Unable to open windows as they were fixed, and due to staying on the hottest weekend of the year, the room was exceedingly hot.
Beautifull location extensive grounds river view
Room ok but in need of modernisation