Charmant moulin de standing pour 2 personnes au coeur des Grands Crus Classés,
Particulier / consommateur
Salle(s) de bain
Type de destination
Salle à manger
Équipements de loisirs
Non adaptée aux enfants
Ne convient pas aux enfants de moins de 8 ans.
Les réservations annulées au moins 60 jours avant le début du séjour pourront être remboursées à hauteur de 100 %. Les réservations annulées au moins 30 jours avant le début du séjour pourront être remboursées à hauteur de 50 %.
EMPLACEMENT TOUT SIMPLEMENT MAGNIFIQUE
Tres bon séjour dans ce lieu original et bien situé.Propriétaire au petit soin .
We were beyond impressed with our stay! Solange was accommodating and helpful. It was a once in a lifetime experience. We will be reminiscing for years
Not quite what we envisaged but soon got acclimatised to the stairs & coped well at our ages (76&81)
A superb location set amongst all the vineyards with the wonderful town of St. Emilion close by. Weather great most of week and it was a real benefit to sit out and gradually recover from treatment I’d received prior to leaving home, it was like a tonic. Our delightful contact Solange was most anxious that we were enjoying ourselves and was very helpful. Perhaps we needed a lesson in how to use the microwave but overall we managed well. A great experience for two experienced gîte dwellers over many years in our beloved France which we visit every year. By the end of the holiday we were refreshed and grateful for yet another rewarding vacance enjoying all that France has to offer. Thank you.
Smaller accommodation than we had expected
The accommodation is small, which is ok if you book with that expectation. It looked bigger in the photographs (which are clearly from at least 3 years ago) The main issue with the accommodation is to do with the lack of air conditioning. You might think “so what, that doesn’t matter” Let me explain. The heat in the mill is significant, particularly at night. The sleeping quarters are on the top floor and as the heat in the mill rises the bedroom becomes stiflingly hot - unbearably hot actually. To combat this you have no choice but to open the one window in the bedroom. The problem with that is that you are in the middle of the countryside, surrounded by vineyards and you are then swamped with biting mosquitoes during the night which was very very unpleasant - particularly if you want to wander the streets of the local villages with legs which look like you have leprosy! So our view is that the thought of living in a converted mill in the middle of the French countryside is much better than the practical reality. Big plus point though is the proximity to St Emilion which is a very beautiful place. Solange, the owner, is lovely and we feel awful about giving a review that is less than complimentary.
Possibilité de faire le tour de Saint Emilion en 'petit train'
Visite de la fabrique traditionnelle de macarons de Saint Emilion
Visite a pieds des Châteaux voisins: Soutard, Larmande, Cadet Bon, Cadet Piola, Moulin du Cadet...
Survol de Saint Emilion en montgolfière
Découvete des vins de Saint Emilion ( visites organisées par l'office du tourisme)
Visite de monuments: Eglise Monolithe, Tour du Roy, carrières, vestiges Gallo Romains