Mill House is a grade II listed property situated at the top of the village of Whitebrook in the heart of the Wye Valley. The original property dates back to the mid 18th century and was formally the home of a paper mill owner.
The derelict mill still stands in the gardens and is the last standing paper mill in Wales. Historically as a result of the paper pulp colouring the water as it flowed down stream, the property gave name to the village of White – brook.
Today the house sits in 3.5 acres of landscaped gardens and woodlands and fronts onto Mill Ponds, the gardens themselves have been landscaped by a double gold winner at the Chelsea Flower show and feature oak boardwalks and woodland pathways.
Visitors enter the property through electronic gates and are able to park in a large secure parking area overlooking the house,old mill and mill ponds. Approaching the house you will see the beautiful cottage garden and the formal gardens leading off onto the boardwalk and woodlands.
Finally apart from the beautiful location Mill House has another unique offering for its guests and visitors – it is also the home to one of the UKs leading Art Galleries featuring work from 40 of the UKs best painters, sculptors and ceramicists. With exhibitions changing every 4-6 weeks repeat visits are a must. See www.deniseyapp.com for the latest exhibition details