Le Moulin du Roc – Romantic French Hotel Dating from the Seventeenth Century
By Magaly • Aug 22, 2017
This charming French country side hotel – Le Moulin du Roc, built on the site of a seventeenth century stone mill, has some marvelous gardens, pathways, footbridges, and romantic staircases, which seem like something taken out of a fairy tale. They’re so beautiful that they don’t seem real, and yet they are, and a good thing too, as they are one of the most important and attractive features of this hotel. It is located on the banks of the Dronne River, in Dordogne, France.
The pool, surrounded by beautiful gardens and lavender flowers, looks very refreshing and tempting.
The hotel was built on the site of a seventeenth century stone mill, and the property seems like something out of a fairy tale, with vines climbing the walls and a terrace overlooking a charming little fishpond.
But it’s not only its exterior that’s idyllic, since in its interior we find 15 bedrooms where we see a very classic and romantic décor, something that takes us back in time to past eras where carved wood, lace, wallpaper, and thick picture frames were the norm in décor. Added to this, we can find wonderful natural stone walls and thick exposed ceiling beams traversing the entire space, giving it a magical and charming touch.
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