In a converted walnut oil mill in the heart of the 'Green Périgord', on the banks of the river Dronne, stands Hotel Moulin du Roc. Having as a background a leafy setting near the town of Brantôme, it has been described as a "paradise of green". At the Moulin du Roc guests enjoy as part of a hospitable atmosphere, delicious food, and comfortable rooms sorrounded by enchanting gardens, that look out over the winding river and are linked together by a series of footbridges, terraces and secret stairways. All this, added to the simple and discreet service provided by its current owners, Alain and Maryse Gardillou and the rest of the staff, ensure guests have a peaceful and happy time. Rare and interesting antiques placed with a personal touch enhance the décor and furnishing of the hotel . The welcoming reception area, the warm cozy lounge and the lavishly decorated dining rooms, contribute to make sure that nothing spoil the pleasure of the guests and more than that, contribute to make it the exceptional place that it is, a "true paradise for the senses". In the kitchens, owner and chef, Alain Gardillou and his team, work hard to create the excellent cuisine that he learned from first owner and mother Solange, with the tradition and secrets of the Périgord, Gardillou, that our guests certainly enjoy.
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From Paris on the A10 motorway then take theA20 via Limoges to Périgueux, then continue in the direction of Brantôme.
From Paris on the A10 motorway then take the N10 via Angoulème, at Angoulème take theD939 in the direction of Brantôme.
TVG (high-speed trains) Paris-Angoulème (journey takes 2hrs 10mins).
TEOZ trains Paris-Limoges then take the TER train Limoges-Périgueux (journey takes 4hrs).
Bergerac Airport 60mins away Ryanair, Flybe, Twinjet, Transavia.
Limoges Airport 55mins away Air France, Ryanair, Airlinair, Flybe.
Bordeaux-Mérignac Airport 90mins Air France, Easyjet, Ibéria, Lufthansa, etc.
The hotel’s fifteen rooms are distributed between the three parts of the Mill and are connected by a merry labyrinth of gangways, terraces and narrow staircases.
Every room oozes charm with a blend of period furniture, bare beams and all modern comforts.
Supplements: Additional bed: 25 euros per person per night.
▪ Standard Room ▪
Accommodation only (for 1 or 2 persons) with double bed or twin beds, bathroom with shower or bath tub.
▪ Deluxe Room ▪
Room only (for 1 or 2 persons) with double bed or twin beds and bathroom with Balneotherapy bath. Some rooms have a private terrace with view of the river, bathroom with separate shower and air conditioning.
▪ Junior Suite ▪
Room with king-size bed or twin beds, bathroom with Balneotherapy bath and separate shower, air conditioning and view of the river. Room sleeps up to 3 persons.
▪ Apartment ▪
Composed of two rooms: one with a king size bed and the other with a single bed, bathroom with Balneotherapy bath, separate shower and air conditioning. Room sleeps up to 4 persons.
Bar / Lounge
Lift / Elevator
▪ Restaurant ▪
We put great care and attention into our cooking, with the sole aim of bringing out the best in Périgord produce, including: foie gras, truffles, walnuts, lamb, duck, strawberries.
A garden with a wide variety of aromatic herbs, vegetables and flowers.
Finally, a restaurant atmosphere and decoration which are propitious to sampling and tasting.
▪ Wine Cellar ▪
Some six thousand bottles lie in the hollow of pale rock which is plunged into the darkness of our cellars.
Bergerac, is typified by its half-timbered houses, its quays on the Dordogne, its barges and above all its “nectar”... From Monbazillac to Pécharmant, passing through Montravel, wine makers of the likes of Jocelyne Pécou at Château d’Elle, François-Xavier de Saint Exupéry at Tiregand and Hugh Ryman at Château de la Jaubertie all cultivate wines which are stamped with sincerity and poetry, vintage after vintage.
Bollinger, Lanson, Pol Roger and Krug are the evocative names among the thirty or so Champagnes on our wine list.
From Lucien Crochet to Philippe Foreau for the Loire and from Château de Beaucastel to Domaine Marcel Richaud in the Rhône Valley - take a voyage of discovery and excitement.
The majestic, subtle Bourgogne unveils its charms in Jean-Paul and Benoît Droin’s range of Chablis, the Puligny Montrachets and Volnays of Jean- Marc Boillot, not forgetting the Crus of Jacques and Nathalie Saumaize or those of Domaine Taupenot-Merme.