Our Bedrooms

Guest rooms

For your comfort, each room is equipped with a private bathroom with shower or/and bathtub and separate toilet. South-facing, the rooms are large, bright and with a view of the river and garden.

The fourth bedroom is on the ground floor on the main house. As well as wheel chair access, it is also equipped with a private bathroom specially designed for disabled people.

As a reference to millers who occupied the mill until 1902, the bedrooms are named after cereals or so-called cereals used for feed meals production.

Bedroom Quinoa

Bedroom Quinoa

This room's decoration diffuses a quiet and peaceful ambiance. Teak furniture from Bali together with the zebrano parquet floor reinforce this cosy and restful setting.

On first floor on the Mill. Sleeps 2 people, bed size 160cm*200cm, Internet access, bathroom with shower and balneo tub.


The Incas called quinoa “chisiya mama” which means “mother of all seeds” in Quechua. This traditional grass has been cultivated for more than 5000 years on South America’s high plateaus and was one the main ingredients in the diet of pre-Columbian civilisations’.

Bedroom Sorgho

Bedroom Sorgho

The atmosphere in this very large and bright room which looks on to both the river and garden is one of warm colours, and old English pine furniture for a hushed and romantic ambiance.

On the first floor of the Mill. Sleeps 2 people, bed size 160cm*200cm, Internet access, bathroom with shower.


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Sorghum also called 'the big millet', and is the third most cultivated cereal worldwide after wheat and rice. It probably originates from Africa and belongs to seeds species. It has been in cultivation for at least 3000 years.

Bedroom Sarrasin

Bedroom Sarrasin

The refined furniture and decorative features work together towards the design ambiance of this room. The material association (plastic, metal), the gray punctuated with colour touches leaves a simplicity and softness feeling.

On the second floor of the Mill. Sleeps 2 people, twin beds size 90cm*190cm each, Internet access, bathroom with shower.


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Despite its common name of black wheat, the buckwheat is a plant from the Polygonaceae family like rhubarb and sorrel. Buckwheat floor is used for making pancakes.

Bedroom Epeautre

Bedroom Epeautre

Everything is designed to create a charming and authentic ambiance. The choice of materials, the elegance of Mayenne paintings, local artists’ creations, the old oak parquet floor with gray finish and even the bed’s headboard wich is made of shutters were inspired to bring a touch of warmth and well-being.

On our house’s ground floor, opposite the mill. Parking space for disabled people next to the room. Sleeps 2 people, bed size 160cm*200cm, Internet access, TV.


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The spelt is the ancestor of wheat, the one that the Gauls ate. It can be traced back to 9.000 years BC. Spelt has almost disappeared because of its poor yield.