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Le Moulin de Rosmadec

At a Glance

    Pros

  • great setting
  • great value

    Cons

  • attic rooms can be stuffy in midsummer

Le Moulin de Rosmadec Review

You'll want to set up your easel in a second once you spot this pretty-as-a-picture, 15th-century stone water mill, set at the end of a quiet street and in the middle of the rushing, rocky Aven River. Inside, atmospheric beam ceilings, Breton stone fireplaces, and water views (you can hear the sound of water gently splashing over the stones beneath your window) cast their spell—but who can resist dining on the "island" terrace? Outside or inside, feast on the creations of a serious kitchen: the sardine, eggplant, and tomato tart with vegetable tartare, foie gras–stuffed pigeon, and lobster grillé Rosmadec are all winners. Reservations are essential; the restaurant is closed Sunday evenings and Monday. Demand for one of the four gently priced guest rooms is high—book early.

    Hotel Details

  • 4 rooms.
  • Rate includes some meals.
  • Closed mid-Feb.–mid-Mar.
Updated: 07-16-2013

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