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gfg2012Good Food Guide 2012


22 Mill Street is included in The Trencherman's Guide 2011-2012

The guide is now out, and packed with all you need to know about eating at the South West's top restaurants.

Described by The Sunday Telegraph's Stella restaurant critic Zoe Williams as, 'Your trusty satnav: utterly accurate and bang up to date,' it's the only dining guide that's dedicated to eating in the South West and that restaurants can't buy their way into. Entry's by invitation only, and restaurants have to meet a strict criteria to be included.Known as the "insiders' guide", the Trencherman's Guide is highly-respected within the industry.

Now in its 19th year, it's been developed in recent years under the expert eye of two-Michelin-starred chef Michael Caines.This year's guide is better than ever, with over 100 restaurants featured, and a new section for up-and-coming restaurants.

You can view the online version of the guide by clicking here - 22 Mill Street is on page 44



22 Mill St, Chagford


We try hard to provide our guests with the highest quality meal, friendliest service and most inviting and relaxing atmosphere. All our efforts have been rewarded with some praise and comments from a variety of sources. Feel free to click on the pictures below to view our reviews.


Michelin Guide 2010 Click here to visit our entry in the AA Restaurant Guide 2010 Click here to visit our entry in the Hardens Guide 2010 Click here to visit our entry in the Trenchermans Guide 2010 Click here to visit our entry in the Mobile Food Guide 2010



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A fabulous short stay
Staying only for one night on a Late Rooms deal we were made to feel both so welcome and so comfortable. The Manager is extremely attentive and settled us quickly into this very homely yet stylish restaurant/hotel.
There are only two bedrooms and we were the only guests but the rooms are plush and contemporary. The decor throughout exudes class and 22 Mill Street clearly does very well on the food...it was too rich for us (£36 for two courses) but if you're planning something special then No.22 would be ideal. My wife and I are going back in August to stay there and also at the sister hotel, Brown's in Tavistock, on a deal organised through them. Brown's is larger and cater's for accommodation far more than Mill Street. The breakfast although very nice, could be more varied. Museli only on the continental option and as others' have stated £12 for a full English is crazy...sometimes you can get ahead of yourself where breakfast is concerned, Tetley tea and Frosties needs to be an option too! Our Late Rooms deal was £69 including the continental breakfast so be aware the prices do vary and I'm sure if you rang direct No.22 would be able to price match.
A fabulous short stay in superb surroundings, the village is quaint with some great pubs (four? to be exact within two minutes walk from No.22) and an ideal romantic get-away. The parking isn't good (on the road outside) but we managed to park easily. As I've said we're already booked to go back in August-I suppose that's recommendation enough...