What the guide books say



Karen Brown’s France—Charming Bed and Breakfast


‘Your charming host, Robert, was on holiday from England when he discovered Le Moulin Neuf and bought it on the spot. He has poured his love and immense talent into creating a dream. Robert lives in an enchanting stone house on the property. Next door, a cosy cottage (dedicated to guests) has an ever-so-appealing lounge with grey painted walls and soft cream drapes accenting comfortable sofas grouped around an enormous walk-in fireplace. There are five pretty and newly decorated bedrooms, each with a tranquil view of the parklike grounds. Meticulously tended flowerbeds abound and the old mill stream loops lazily through lush grass dappled with shade from large trees. Completing this idyllic scene is a romantic pond. Dotting the lawn are lounge chairs where guests relax in utter peace, only occasionally disturbed by a duck waddling by or perhaps a nuzzle from Sammy his adorable dog. Le Moulin Neuf is truly a very special bed and breakfast and the price is remarkably low for such fine quality and outstanding charm.’


Alistair Sawday’s Special Places to Stay—French Bed and Breakfast





‘Tinkling stream, wonderful gardens, attentive English host ...the Dordogne at its best, with scrumptious breakfasts on a vine-shaded terrace

Robert’s greeting is the first line of an ode to hospitality written in warm stone in breathtaking gardens, set to the tune of the mill stream, immaculate rooms in the guest barn are comfortingly filled with good beds and fresh flowers, bathrooms are a sheer luxury, and views sweep over the lawns. Wake up to a royal breakfast of breads, croissants, pâtisseries, homemade jams, fruits and tiny cheeses served on white tablecloths on the vine-shaded veranda. All is beautifully, lovingly tended by Robert. His two happy rescue dogs will make friends with yours; find your own special spot in the gardens.’


Maisons d’Hôtes de Charme en France












Michelin Coups de Coeur


‘Ce joli petit moulin se dresse au coeur d’un parc bucolique à souhait, s’achevant par un étang. L’intérieur, de style anglais, est des plus <cosy>: tonalités claires, sofas, tissus fleuris… Les chambres, pas très grandes mais décorées avec soin, ont été aménagées dans une ancienne grange parfaitement restaurée. L’été vous prendrez votre petit-déjeuner sous la tonnelle, et l’hiver près de la cheminée du salon.’


What the guide books say


Phone: +33 5 53 63 30 18


Email: moulin-neuf@usa.net