This charming 4-star hotel and is ideal for
a taste of quintessential France.
The mill itself is wreathed in ivy, and looks out over the 16th century bridge, the Pont Coudé
, which links the abbey (dating back to 769), the monastery gardens, the medieval tower and the Renaissance pavilion.
The Moulin de l'Abbaye's 20 bedrooms are each named after Grand Cru wines
, and are spread between three historical houses:
Moulin de L'Abbaye, Maison du Meunier and Maison de l’Abbé.
The hotel's restaurant, where Head Chef Loic Lecoin has just been awarded his first Michelin star,
serves gourmet cuisine showcasing the very best regional products. In the summer months, its beautiful terrace offers views of the surrounding area, including the oldest bell tower in France.
Take some time to sit by the babbling river, watching the water wheel roll lazily around, the brilliant flash of a kingfisher's wing as it dives for fish, the mother duck shepherding her ducklings upstream.... This is La Belle Vie!