The Mill House
4 Bedrooms 4 Bathrooms Sleeps 15
This isolated house the twin sister of The House on the Brooks our gorgeous property sleeps up to 15 people in 4 boutique-themed bedrooms, all with ensuite bathrooms. Luxurious rooms include Frida Kahlo room, a true design homage to the great lady. Includes Mexican yellow tiles in Kahlo yellow and a Myan marble shower room ensuite. The Indian Temple Room which includes a line of 17th Century Indian Temple pillars and a large Indian bed. The Peking Boudoir Room offers a touch of Chinese history and includes 19th Century Opium Bed two granite stone lions and vintage Chinese stork panels. The Chinese shower room has ancient stone panel set into the wall. The Italian room has a truly remarkable marble bathroom and views over the wild Brookland below.
The Saxon Hall offers a perfect entertaining space. The room enjoys open roof rafters, an elegant dining table, sumptuous sofas and amazing views down the south downs through the French doors. You can cook up some delicious homemade food in the modern kitchen.
Outside there is a private garden with a fire pit to BBQ on or just have a blaze for the fun of it around whilst gazing at the starry night sky. Isolated but with wonderful views.
The Indian Temple Room
A line of 17th Century Indian Temple pillars overwhelm the room magnificantly. The large Indian bed is softened with sarees brought in from the Western Ghats.
The Peking Boudoir Room
Immerse yourself in 500 years of Chinese history. Bamboo beds, 19th Century granite stone lions and vintage Chinese stork panels embelish this highly decorative and oriental room.
The Italian Room
This room is inspired by the Venetian literary figure Celia Cornaro; she stole Casanova's heart. Italian beds and gold gilt regency pediments endear the formal bedroom full of romantic charm. The Italian marble bathroom offers a perfect taste of classic 1790 Venetian design.
The Frida Kahlo Room
Frida Kahlo was a Mexican artist and an icon for female creativity. This room is inspired by Frida's Blue House and reflects a celebration of life.
'I leave you my portrait so that you will have my presence all the days and nights that I am away from you' - Frida 1946.
The Saxon Hall
At the heart of the house is the large, Saxon-inspired communal hall. Open to the roof rafters, and with moving views of the South Downs from the French doors, you can entertain your guests at the regal dining table, or recline in luxury on the sofas in the living area.
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