| Welcome to Borrowby Mill
The mill at Borrowby built in 16C once was Rymers flour mill, has been converted into a beautiful, spacious four star Bed and Breakfast.
Borrowby is ideally located 4 miles from the historic market town of Thirsk which of course is the home of James Herriot, famous for the All creatures great and small books. A small rural hamlet just off the A19, with easy access for the North and the South.
Yorkshire is a patchwork of pretty villages and rolling hills with the Yorkshire moors to the east and the drama of the Yorkshire Dales to the west.
Well placed for fine racing around as we boast not one but 5 racecoures close by, Thirsk, Ripon, Catterick, Redcar and Wetherby. Fishing is popular on the rivers Swale and Ure. For walkers there are the Lyke Wake Walk and Cleveland Way.
Our rooms are light and airy and are furnished with antiques, with modern facilities, colour t.v.s, tea/coffee facilities. A large comfy lounge with log burning stove for those chilly nights, and a wealth of books and magazines to help you plan your next days activities, from Ruins, gardens, Mansions or the coast which grace our doorstep..
Rooms available from £75 (singles from £55) per night:
- A super king bed in a spacious en-suite room
- A large double room with private shower room
- A family /double suite with private shower room
Rates include Full English
Wide-screen panoramic images
We take credit cards -
Private Parking and Gardens
See what they say about us
Channel 4 - Four in a Bed
"We recently stayed at the Mill in Borrowby and I can state without hesitation it was the best B&B we have had the pleasure of staying in." F. Hanson
"...attention to detail, wonderful rapport with their guests and relaxing enviroment in a very pretty setting and village made for a lovely weekend." Wendy and David
"The breakfasts were delicious and freshly cooked with multiple choices." Alma and Brian
"A wonderful stay - we couldn't have wished for more" Ann F.
"Breakfast was freshly cooked and fruit was lovely, owners are very friendly." Michelle.