As the name suggests, Le Moulin du Roc was initially built as a water mill. It was later converted into a hotel with some rooms situated in the historic mill and some in the newly added building. Today, Le Moulin du Roc is a quiet and charming sanctuary in southwestern France.
The rooms are warm and cozy with a rustic charm. Those in the historic building are rather small but make up for it with unique architectural features such as authentic stone walls. If you prefer more space, there are lovely options for you, too. The Prestige Rooms are much bigger and come in a variant with a terrace overlooking the river.
Perched on a river and surrounded by a lush green garden, Le Moulin du Roc really brings paradise to mind. Even more so when you hear about all the amenities. The hotel restaurant is run by Alain Gardillou, a Michelin-starred chef, and serves dishes celebrating local products and French cuisine. If you fancy a glass of wine with your meal, the hotel has got you covered with a wine cellar stocking 900 different wines! Except for great food and drink, you can also enjoy an outdoor heated pool and a tennis court.
The region of Périgord, where the hotel is located, is a lovely holiday destination in itself. Mere 5 minutes away you’ll find a medieval village of Brantôme and a further excursion will take you to Perigueux, the cultural capital of the region. Nature lovers will enjoy the many hikes, fishing trips, and canoe trips that are available here. Escape to the countryside never looked more glamourous!