The Eating House, and dog friendly Snug are now open and taking bookings for lunch and dinner. 

Thirsty Thursday Quiz Night
2nd February 2023

Join Quiz Master Connor for an evening of mind bending interactive trivia!  What's more attractive than beer, bar snacks, and fun! 

£2 pp, minimum two people per team 

From 19h00 in The Snug. 

Friday Steak Night 

Every Friday, enjoy our sharing choice cut platters or Chef Lees choice cut of the week, paired perfectly with a £10 500ml carafe of Tempranillo or Chenin Blanc.

Happy Hour (s)!

Wednesday - Friday 16h00 - 18h00 

Enjoy 50p off all tapped Pints 

Saturday 16h00 - 18h00 

Buy 1 get 1 free from our cocktail menu

Six Nations Rugby 2023

Catch selected Six Nations 2023 games in The Wheel House, Round 1 starting on 4th February 2023. Team it with an array of tasty bar snacks, and refreshing draught beers! 

Events & venue hire 

The Loom Room, and the cosy Wheel House or Snug are all warmed up and ready for intimate private occasions; Pop over for a tour, now taking bookings -  contact; info@themillatrode.com .



The Mill in history 

The Mill has an extensive history, dating as far back as 1559. The most well known record of The Mill was that of the Batten family, who purchased The Mill from the Hungerford family in 1741.  Henry Batten Pooll took over  the running of The Mill from his Great Uncle in 1807 and began running it as a cloth factory. The industry fell to a decline in 1850 and was reimagined as a corn mill until 1897. The Mill was again sold on from the Batten Pooll Rode Manor estate in 1955, and laid derelict until it was rescued in 1996. 

Rumour has it that the colour "Royal Blue" was created at this Mill.