This old watermill hotel is, perhaps, better thought of as a restaurant with rooms. Our bed room was smallish but perfectly adequate for an overnight stay. The bathroom was modern. Everything was scrupulouly clean. We had no problems with noise that other reviews have mentioned. The highlight of staying at Le Moulin Fleuri was dinner, for us on the terrace beside the river. The food was excellent with an emphasis on fish, a three-course dinner with amuse-bouches cost Euro 30, my companion's a la carte meal was Euro 34. The wine list had bottles from 2012 Touraine Sauvignon Blanc at Euro14 going back to 1934 vintages of local wines at up to Euro 900. The staff were charming. As a final treat, breakfast at Euro 10 was delicious, freshly squeezed juices, local yoghurt and jams, fresh bread and croissants. The staff were charming. It is an excellent stopping place between the Channel ports and the South.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Katia Chaplin will be pleased to welcome you to this residence of character, a sixteenth century mill situated at the centre of a large park. Michael Chaplin, who does the cooking, applies himself to the task of preparing fresh produce from the market in a traditional way based on regional products. Michael Chaplin has a motto whereby he not only does the cooking but also lives in harmony with the grands crus, especially those of the Loire Valley. This very special hotel on the road to the Chateaux of the Loire can also offer charming and comfortable accommodation. ... more less
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