The Little Mill @ Rowarth has a lot of history, along side the pub was once a fully functioning mill that was used for the making of candle wick in the 1780's. We still have a water wheel to represent the orginal which was ruined in the great Rowarth cloudburst of 1930.
The pub also doubled up as the village post office for many years.
On the grounds we also have the original Derbyshire Belle an antique Pullman train carriage which was used on the London to Brighton Line. When the pub invested in the Derbyshire Belle it was firstly used as the pub's restaurant but is now three B&B rooms which still hold all the original Art Deco features of the Belle train.
New owners or "custodians" of this wonderful country pub & luxury B&B are Iain & Sarah who along with Neal Barber (general manager) and Stuart Bradley (head chef) are dedicated to ensuring your visit or stay exceeds all of your expectations.
Over the past year an incredible amount of work has been done both inside and out to enhance this histroric pub and now includes six luxury B&B rooms and two self catering apartments.