This room was the singer James Blunt’s bedroom when the windmill belonged to his family. The second of the tower rooms has a luxurious bed and spectacular views. This circular double bedroom, formerly the Stone Room, has a dramatically high ceiling with magnificent oak beams, on which the original grinding stones once turned. It has an en-suite shower, lavatory and hand basin.
There is a private doorway from the bedroom onto the balcony that encircles the Mill, with half of the balcony entirely private for your use – no other guests are allowed onto your section of the balcony. You can sit out here if you wish. The view from the windows in this room, and particularly from the gallery, are nothing short of spectacular.
All guests have access to the gallery via a separate door.
Access to the Wheel Room on the floor above is via a wooden ladder outside the Stone Room and occasional creaking of this ladder may be heard as guests climb to the floor above.