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Dreamy staycation spot: You can book a windmill with a games room and pool

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The property comprises the tower and a separate mill house (Picture: VRBO)

Are you already planning a domestic holiday for when accommodation reopens over the next few months?

If so, you might want to take a look at this unique holiday property located in Stoke Ferry, King’s Lynn.

The seven-storey Grade II listed windmill is accepting bookings for when restrictions end, and would certainly make for a unique getaway here in the UK.

Sleeping up to 15 people, the windmill has been recently renovated, but still retains a number of original features like internal beams, oak floors, wood stove, open fires and the former workings of the Old Mill.

According to the host’s website: ‘The split level heavily beamed sitting room is full of charm and character with the original mill stone as a main feature.’

The bottom floor is presented as a large dining room for entertaining, but heading up the stairs to the top floor will grant you 20-mile views across the Norfolk countryside.

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You can ask hosts to heat the pool if it’s chilly outside (Picture: VRBO)
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Relax alongside original features (Picture: VRBO)

The garden has heated pool and large patio and BBQ area, while outside in the large Games Barn there is a ping-pong table, snooker table and table football.

The mini games room in the main house is also equipped with TV and Nintendo Wii.

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Shoot some pool in the main games room (Picture: VRBO)

For those looking for some sophisticated eating, hosts also provide a service for guests where you can book a private chef to come to the mill and cook for you.

Menus start from £49.90 per person for a minimum 10 persons, so it might be one for post June 21st when you can have multiple households staying over.

Children and pets are allowed, so it could be a great option for when we can all get together again.

Prices start from £557 per night, and bookings Monday-Friday will be subject to a minimum four-night stay.

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