45km from Paris and 15km fron Disneyland, situated at the gateway of Crécy-la-Chapelle, called « Venice of the Brie », one of the most typical communes of Seine et Marne. In the heart of “ The painters’ valley of the Grand-Morin” where stayed and worked prestigious artists like Camille Corot and André Dunoyer de Ségonzac. “Le Moulin de Saint-Martin” is an old watermill, builted in the 16th century on an island between two arms of the Grand-Morin river.You’ll be sure to be charmed with the terrace overhanging the water and the exceptional calm and greenery setting. Two elegant and confortable rooms facing South with rafined decor,private bathroom and WC. will welcome you. Breakfasts and evening meals are served in the dining room or on the terrace, depending on the season Lots of activities on the spot : small boats on disposal, fishing, canoe rental, walks on GR1 (longdistance footpath), golf, or simply farniente on deckchair. Many places to see are a short drive : Vaux-le-Vicomte castle, Provins medieval city, Fontainebleau and its castle, Ferriere castle, feline’s parc..........
5 on October 23, 2012
We usually prefer hotels but were not keen on the Disney offerings for our trip to Disneyland Paris. We are delighted that we chose this option instead for our family trip. Bernard and Agnes were exceptional hosts, accommodation in the beautiful old mill on its island in the river was gorgeous and full of character, the kids slept late, and the food was amazing. Everything from driving directions to Disneyland and parking tips to bakery recommendations was enthusiastic and whole-hearted. Thoroughly recommended.
Paris, France (CDG-Charles de Gaulle) 35 miles
Amusement Park, River