About Tower WindmillGet the group together for a memorable experience in this converted windmill in the North Norfolk countryside.
A converted windmill, this bunkhouse offers accommodation for 19 people and is the perfect place to gather with friends and family while exploring North Norfolk. Built by John Savory in 1816, it was last used as a corn mill in 1914. The mill stands alone and has spectacular views over the north Norfolk coast and surrounding countryside. Within easy reach of the Norfolk Coastal Path, it is the ideal place from which to go bird watching, crabbing or enjoy the beaches. Brancaster Beach, owned by the National Trust, is close by as well as Brancaster Estate saltmarshes and Blakeney Point is further east along the coast.
The ground floor in the main building consists of a dining/lounge, toilet, shower and a well-equipped and recently refurbished kitchen. The ground floor of the annex contains a toilet and shower. A washing machine and tumble dryer are located in the garage.
The first floor of the main building contains one dormitory with 4 bunkbeds and has an external balcony wrapping around the mill. The annex has a single and a twin bedroom.
The second floor of the main building contains a dormitory with 4 bunkbeds.
The third floor is the library/living room.
Notes for guests
Heating: Electric radiators in every room.
Bedding/linen: No linen or pillows are supplied. We only provide mattress covers.
Parking: There are parking spaces for up to 10 cars on the lawn at the front of the mill.
Garden: There is a large lawned enclosed garden at the front and to the side of the mill. A brick BBQ is provided behind the mill.
Is this bunkhouse for you? Our bunkhouses are perfect for guests who want to enjoy the outdoors and meet up with friends and family. We do not accept hen and stag groups at this bunkhouse.
There are neighbours nearby, so we respectfully ask that you keep noise to a minimum after 11pm.