Stayed at Moulin de Marousse for the first time in July, following a recommendation from friends who had visited last year.
When you approach the house from the nearest village, St Christophe, you can see the house and the photos dont do it justice as it is utterly charming
We arrived with a welcome pack of wine, bread and cheese which was a welcome and unexpected treat. The house is situated in a very remote and unspoilt region of France which is one of the factors that drew us to visit.
The next door neighbour, Yves, was very friendly and accompanied by a very robust and gentle golden retriever which we were allowed to walk in the nearby forest. Yves speaks no english at all so brush up on your french,
We went with friends and had such a lovely time as the house is big enough to accommodate 8 comfortably. It has all the mod cons (including wifi) that you would expect to have at home which makes living in a very old house even more pleasurable.
Best of all is the fact that this has a small pool. If the weather isn't up to scratch, there is a huge cupboard in the living room with games and dvds galore, plus a large book shelf so everything you need for a peaceful (depending on your friends!) holiday.
The only thing I would say is that you should stock up at the supermarket beforehand as the village shop is small and often closed.
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