Rezoned and Repurposed: Le Moulin du Roc

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I have a pretty one for you today.

Le Moulin du Roc is a unique hotel located in the Périgord region of France. The quaint yet luxurious compound is actually made up of three separate former mill buildings set along the River Dronne.

The mill structures date back to the year 1670!

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Le Moulin Du Roc has a total of 15 guest rooms which are situated throughout the three mill buildings and connected by charming bridges, walkways and staircases.

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On the land side of the hotel, there are lush gardens, footpaths, and gazebos…

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The hotel interior is decorated with period French furniture, art, and antiques:

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Regarder  those exposed stone walls and wooden beams!  Qui me chatouille!!

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Delicate antiques of the 17th century are on display:

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Le Moulin Du Roc translates in English to ‘the mill of stone’.

A poetic name for an enchanting location in south central France.

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For more information on Le Moulin Du Roc, please visit the links below!

Sources:

Official website

Roadtrippers article

 

 

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