Offering an impressive outlook over the river, this premium establishment is an idyllic place to dine, socialise, and indulge, especially on a sunny day when al fresco dining is always on the cards.
Our carefully selected seasonal menus bring together a whole host of traditional British and Mediterranean-inspired dishes that are perfectly equipped to satisfy all appetites and occasions.
As a result, The Saxon Mill is often the first port of call for those looking for a suitable place to host a celebratory dinner with friends or for colleagues looking to enjoy a refreshing pint in the sunshine after a tough day in the office.
Located in Guys Cliffe, a hamlet on the River Avon, The Saxon Mill is situated between Warwick and Leek Wotton in Warwickshire.
The hamlet is accessible via road, on foot, and via public transport.
With its picturesque setting and spacious bar and restaurant areas, The Saxon Mill also offers beautiful bespoke weddings, in a truly unique location. Providing the ultimate setting to celebrate, indulge and mingle with your nearest and dearest on such a special day, The Saxon Mill provides a bespoke and flexible wedding service that has been designed to meet your exact requirements.
We also host a variety of special events and menus, as well as a number of offers, every day and night of the week.
In addition to our magnificent interiors, we also offer a fabulous outdoor dining space that’s perfect for alfresco dining all year round.
On the door step of The Saxon Mill, you’ll find Guys Cliffe House – the stunning ruins of an 18th and 19th century house on the banks of the River Avon. If you’re feeling brave, you can also embark on a Guys Cliffe House Ghost Hunt in the reportedly haunted gothic mansion – just make sure you visit us for some Dutch courage first!
Further down the road, lies the historic county town of Warwick. Bursting with ancient charm, the town is home to an array of independent businesses, gift shops, art galleries, and a thriving market – so it’s the perfect place for you to indulge in some retail therapy.
For an insight into the history of this wonderful town, pay a visit to Warwick Castle, the Warwickshire Museum, and the Colligate Church of St Marys. And, when you’re done exploring, pop over to The Saxon Mill to immerse yourself in stylish surroundings and indulge in a delicious range of tempting drinks and dishes.