Le Moulin De Connelles        

 40 route d Amfreville sous les Monts 27430 Connelles − France

This 19th-century, Anglo-Normand manor is set in a 3-acre park with a private island, just a one hour-drive from Paris. It offers a choice of 12 beautifully decorated bedrooms in an attractive manor house, now managed by a Paul Bocuse Institute graduate. 6 suites and junior suites plus 6 bedrooms, most of which overlook the Seine. Warm and comfortable, harmoniously and tastefully furnished.

Hotel Le Moulin De Connelles also features a heated outdoor swimming pool with a solarium, a lounge area and piano bar with a large fireplace.

THE MILL CONNELLES, elegant Anglo-Norman type timbered manor house of the eighteenth century, is bathed in a typical light at this Seine valley which was dear to the Impressionist painters of the 19th century.

Le Moulin de Connelles

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The first traces of the Moulin de Connelles date from September 6, 1683 on a document informing us that this mill was the property of the Baronnerie d'Heuqueville which owned the parish of Connelles sur Seine, originally called "the Mill of Saultal".

The Moulin de Connelles was a wheel-driven mill of the type of those of Ande and Muids. These mills were intended exclusively for grinding the wheat of vassals of Baronnerie. The millers were the intermediaries obliged by the local nobility and the peasants. Often very rich, they perceived in the 17th century rights corresponding to 1 / 16th of wheat crushed under sieving. However, they were no less vulnerable in times of flood and especially in case of war where they were the first attacked and looted as well as castles and churches.

In 1834, after many vicissitudes, we find on the cadastre of Connelles, the mill, a house and a building at a place called "the mill of Connelles" property of Jean-Louis Vallet, Mayor of the town.
Around 1905 the miller's house still survives and the mill is rebuilt in the form of a mansion, the second section being initiated shortly before 1920.

It can be considered that the mill of Connelles probably worked as such until 1860, date of the construction of the dam of Poses which brings a real embarrassment even today because of the siltation of the arms of the secondary Seine such as from the mill.

The mechanism of the mill was dismantled in the early 1900s.

The mill of Connelles, named after the war "Castle of Connelles", in its present form knew several illustrious owners before being transformed into hotel-restaurant at the end of the seventies, closed in 1981 then in 1986, abandoned and vandalized until In 1989, it was acquired by Hubert Petiteau who, after having completely renovated, furnished and decorated the exploits until 2004. His daughter, Karine, continues to embellish and exploits today this beautiful house.

It offers a choice of 12 beautifully decorated bedrooms in an attractive manor house, now managed by a PAUL BOCUSE INSTITUTE graduate.

The bedrooms : 6 suites and junior suites and 6 bedrooms most of which overlook the Seine. Warm and comfortable, harmoniously and tastefully furnished.

The walls are coated with wood or stretched fabric with matching curtains and rich carpet or oak parquet. Private Jacuzzis have been installed in six suites.

In conformance with the law, the hotel is totally “non smoking”.

The hotel is not accessible to people with motor disabilities.


Junior Suite

Charming Room


The park

On a private island classified site of the Seine Valley, reserved for residents, consisting of a shaded park of 3 hectares.

The boats

The hotel provides guests with boats (with oars and safety elements) for a romantic walk on the Seine arm around the mill. (Under the responsibility of the occupants of the boats)

The pools

Two outdoor pools, heated and landscaped in the park of the hotel, possibility of access to the indoor pool of the adjoining residence in winter. (Service reserved exclusively to the clientele of the hotel)

The sauna

Accessible to hotel guests after prior reservation.

The bikes

Some mountain bikes are available to the resident clientele for a walk in the countryside.


A few board games or card games are available upon request at the hotel bar.

The children

We provide parents with some accessories for younger children: baby monitor, high chair, bottle warmer and outdoor games in the park. Games are accessible exclusively under the supervision and responsibility of the parents.

Our Gastronomic Restaurant

The schedules of service are from noon to 1:45p.m. and from 7:00p.m. to 9:00p.m.

Our Chef prepares the products of season; each day the specials are made according to the choice of the market.

Possibility of announcing in advance all allergies or specific food needs.


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Hotel: Le Moulin De Connelles

Address: 40 route d Amfreville sous les Monts 27430 Connelles

Region: Normandie

Country: France

Official website: http://www.moulin-de-connelles.fr/?lang=en

Telephone: +33 (0)2 32 59 53 33

Hotel email: moulindeconnelles@gmail.com

By car
From Paris: A14-A13 - exit 18 towards N15, direction Pont de l'Arche, Vironvay, St Pierre du Vauvray, Andrew, Herqueville, Connelles.
Rouen: A13 - exit 19 towards Evreux Orléan VRD, St Pierre du Vauvray, Andrew, Herqueville, Connelles.

By train

Val de reuil (10 km)
Rouen (30 km)

By plane
Orly or Roissy CDG Airport (1h30)
Rouen Boos (20 min)

By boat
With your boat, our mill has a private dock in the park, along the Seine up to the city of Connelles.

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