Welcome to Low Mill Guest House

Low Mill is a stone-built, Grade II listed, late 18th Century corn mill situated in the beautiful Yorkshire Dales village of Bainbridge, close to the ancient market town of Hawes. Bainbridge is in the heart of Wensleydale, so Low Mill makes an ideal base to explore this stunning area and its many attractions. Backing onto the River Bain, England’s shortest river, Low Mill is an amazing place. Most of the original millworks situated throughout the house remain in working order, including the waterwheel. It has recently undergone a full, sympathetic restoration to become a Guesthouse, providing luxury bed and breakfast accommodation.We have a lovely riverside garden to relax in and private parking is available


Our Rooms

The Workshop

An enormous room containing working mill machinery, a free-standing copper bath and separate shower room. The room also has a log burner and all the other little luxuries you would expect.

The Kiln Room

Overlooking the River Bain, the room is really a suite with a separate bedroom and seating area and a large, walk-in shower. The room is above one of the two old kilns, and the earthenware drying tiles can be seen in the sitting room.

The Store Room

With stone walls and garden views, The Storeroom is situated at the front of the building. The bathroom has a bath with a shower over.

Images of Low Mill Guesthouse

YIPPEE !! We are delighted to announce we are White Rose 2015 winners

We are absolutely thrilled and very proud to be named the winner of the Guest Accommodation category at the 2015 White Rose awards

The biggest celebration of tourism in the country ,which is run by Welcome to Yorkshire, has taken place at the impressive First Direct Arena in Leeds on November 9th with over 1000 people in attendance at a very glitzy black tie dinner

We had a fabulous and unforgettable night


More info and photos of the night can be found here wra@yorkshire.com

Low Mill 3D drawings

cutaway14We have recently had some 3D drawings of Low Mill done by John Brandrick, they show all the workings of the mill from the basement through to the loft ,if you would like to see more go to www.a0tech.co.uk/html/low_mill.html ,there are lots of other mills that John has drawn including Gayle Mill which is nearby