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Le Moulin Neuf
Le Moulin Neuf
Paunat
24510 Sainte-Alvère
France
Phone: +33 55.36.33.01

Robert Chappell & Stuart Shippey

English, French, German

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Photo Album

Photo Album

The front door of the guesthouse, with the mill stream rushing by. Nothing could be more relaxing than the sound of moving water.The guesthouse viewed from the terrace. Enjoy your breakfast on this terrace in good weather surrounded by flowers and roses - the perfect way to start your day.
One of the cosy and beautifully decorated bedrooms. All the rooms have views over the parklike gardens.The guests' sitting-room, with a TV (English and French + satellite) and a corner with a refrigerator and counter with cups, saucers and glasses, perfect for making a tea or coffee whenever you want. Breakfast is served in this room when it is not served outside.
The ideal spot for a picnic, under the catalpa trees with their enormous bright green leaves. (The french call them 'the civil service tree', a tree which is the last to produce its leaves each year and the first to start dropping in the autumn!) Lush green grass looking towards the lake and poplar wood. With 15 acres of grounds, there is plenty to explore.
Our field, which in the spring is a profusion of wild flowers - here seen at its best. Your hosts, Robert & Stuart