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Reviewed 9 July 2014

The Mill is situated in its own grounds in a quiet village so there is nothing to disturb the peace. It is beautifully furnished in an eclectic style combining Africa and the Far East. We were in room 1, which was massive - almost as big as an entire gite we stayed in later in the holiday. The bed was extremely comfortable and the shower large and powerful. We had aperitifs and hors d'oevres followed by dinner on the terrace and the wine (included in the half board price) flowed freely. Michel even treated us to a couple of glasses of Calvados each with our coffee. Michel speaks very little English (though we were able to get by with our school French) and Fabienne was more than happy to step in with her excellent English whenever we had problems. We stayed for two nights to break our long journey from the north of England and we would certainly have no hesitation in doing the same again in the future.

Room Tip: Room 1 is enormous with a large, comfortable bed and excellent en suite shower room.
  • Stayed: June 2014, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 20 June 2014

We were not sure what to expect when we phoned for the reservation and so said no to 1/2 board. However on arrival we found that there was no "carte" just the menu du jour which was melon and cured ham, followed by moussaka and fresh strawberries. Included in the 1/2 board price ( only €164 for the two of us ) were all drinks. We were told there was an aperitif at 8pm and then we all ate together around a large table. This was as we would have imagined an old-fashioned house party. Great hosts ( Fabien spoke good English - not sure about Michel but as I spoke French, not a problem ) and loads of good quality wine. Our room ( number 1 ) was huge, very comfy bed, very stylish shower room. Breakfast a good French breakfast. Lovely quiet situation. Further from the channel tunnel than we had calculated ( about 1 1/2 hour drive ). Probably not recommended for very shy people, but otherwise thoroughly recommended, different from the usual, and very very enjoyable.

Room Tip: We did not see the other rooms, but our room was very nice.
  • Stayed: June 2014, travelled as a couple
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Thank RosieW49
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Reviewed 5 August 2013

We stayed here 3 nights to visit World War One sites - they are not very close by, but the previous ratings for this hotel enticed us. We were not disappointed - the rooms are enormous, the welcome warm and friendly, the quiet location wonderful, and the Hosts marvellous! The free flowing wine (included in the price) encouraged our attempts to converse with the Hosts and two other French guests in our Franglais with some success. Wonderful!!

Room Tip: We requested a room with a bath - and thought we had confirmation before travelling. However, all rooms have (very good) showers!
  • Stayed: July 2013, travelled as a couple
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Thank Dave A
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Reviewed 7 January 2013

What a find this is. We travelled there last April (sorry for delaying with this review) it was incredible.
Huge rooms, great food, fantastic hosts. Everything was wonderful and our stay ther completely magical.
I am in the travel buisness so I am dificult to please - this place is exceptional!.

Room Tip: They are all good - we were on the top floor so great views.
  • Stayed: April 2012, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 11 June 2012

We arrived at the end of our holiday after driving all day to a warm welcome, beers in the garden, and a look round the lovely gardens where there was a cuckoo singing and a red squirrel on the lawn. Perfect.
And so it went on. The rooms are amazing, huge, with all mod cons and excellent services. Our room overlooked the mill-stream, where there were cows drinking, and had a great shower, state of the art coffee maker - everything you could think of.
Then aperos and canapes, followed by a lovely meal and good wine. The company was excellent. We sat round the table till late practising our French and trying to remember some Spanish with the two Spanish guys who were staying.
Very warm, relaxed, excellent hospitality with Michel and Dominque. Oh, and Winch the dog and Leon the donkey, who lives in Michel's field.
Homemade everything for breakfast, including an omelette from the hens.
Coming back soon with my brother and his wife, who are going to love it.

I'm going to try to write in French now.

En fait ......parfait!
Tres sympa, excellent accueil, la maison si belle et les chambres en tout confort ....et puis en plus. Les jardins calmes, l'ane Leon mignon, et le chien Winch aussi si mignon. L'hote Michel recoit ses invites comme amis, et avec Domonique, tous les deux sont les hotes parfaits.
On a tres bien mange ensemble, et on a pratique notre francais.
On va revenir cette ete avec mon frere et sa femme, qui vont aimer tres bien cet petit endroit de la calme et d'hopitalite.
A la bientot, Michel et Domique,
Amities,
Penny et Pete.

Room Tip: All the rooms are excellent.
  • Stayed: May 2012, travelled as a couple
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Thank pmonk476
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