The Charming Moulin de l’Abbaye Hotel in France
The village is also known, because of the winding waterways that sweep through it, as the “Venice of the Périgord”. One of the local attractions is the bridge known as Pont Coudé, finished in the 16th century, renowned for its odd, right angle shaping. It paves the path between the ancient abbey and the monastery garden, the Renaissance pavilion and the medieval tower.
A coquette restaurant can be found hidden under huge trees, on a riverside terrace, for the hotel’s guests especially, but also serving those who pass by. It provides the opportunity to stand and enjoy the continual sound of the River Dronne. As the night comes by, the lights on the bridge reflect from the surface of the river in a magical display, creating a perfectly romantic setting.
The hotel is aimed for those in seek of peace and relaxation, with rooms and common areas designed in a familiar, country style, with rattan seating, white washed woodwork and traditional checkered fabrics. Furthermore, every suite boasts with its own individual design scheme, perfectly adapted to its location.
The final result is a stunning mix of styles and designs, all traditionally rustic, poised to entice everyone who passes the hotel’s doorstep.