The mill has been converted to a hotel with a good feeling for alignment to a small rural village. You eat very well, you feel health, you feel relaxed when leaving and want to come back. Wonderful experience - highly recommended. Very friendly, very relaxing, lots of helpful advice about locality. Great location as base to explore the Gorge du Verdon. Two days was really too short to do the Chateau and area justice. Very nice staff, big and quiet garden, good quality of food, nice tiny village and lots of possibilities for exploring the surroundings, example Lacs of Verdon.
You are also close to Sainte Marie Moustiers well worth visiting. Only one and a half hours away from the coast. This small hotel is run expertly by its wonderful owners who have put a huge about of thought into all that you could want.
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The rooms are large, very airy and have extremely comfortable beds. The breakfasts are buffet style and are absolutely delicious. All the food is organic and the meals in the evening were wonderful. You don't have any choice as they cook what is available locally and in season - and the results were worth it.
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We ate outside of the terrace for both breakfast and the evening meal and it was a real treat being in such a quiet location. There was a main room in the hotel - a converted mill - which had a billiards table and numerous games on offer. Outside there is also table tennis. It was beautifully peaceful there and was a fantastic place to unwind. It is also ideally situated close to the Gorge du Verdon - an absolutely stunning drive.
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We loved our stay her in Provence and would thoroughly recommend it. This hotel provides family friendly atmosphere with nice rooms, garden for kids, pool table, and good selection of organic drinks from the bar. Their dinners are excellent and totally flawless with good wine list.
We spent four very nice relaxing days over here.
Very good value for the money. The only little downside is the location - you need to drive to lakes or to the Canyon. We stayed for one night, I found the place a bit strange, every move seemed to be watched, it was like staying at a place where they did not want you. Also they had a lot of security cameras which seemed over the top in such a small village.
It was very Expensive, we had Dinner and Breakfast which was extra, both very small portions, again felt watched when going to get more at Breakfast.
I suppose it would suit Organic loving people with plenty of cash. Bonjour, Thank you very much for your lovely comment. As you can probably imagine, we created our hotel with the goal to observe our clients and to be shure, that they never get, what they like. This is the perfect motivation for a hotel owner Do you realy believe that after a one night stay?
And this is realy what you want to tell everybody? I don't know, what your daily work is, but I hope you will be treated in a nicer way.
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