Catherine and Dominique are delighted to have you at L’huilerie during a high-quality stay in bed and breakfast.
The structure, built in 1760, is named L’huilerie because it is a former oil mill which still has its millstone.
We took two years and half to renovate it. Apart from the rehabilitation of the roof, everything has been built by us, including the stairs and the footbridge which lead to the living room and to the bedrooms.
The furniture is voluntary uncluttered in order to focus on volumes but also on materials such as the lime, the iron and the wood.
According to this state of mind, only the bedrooms are closed.
Our travelers have access to a full-equipped kitchen, a bright dining room and a cosy living room. The hosts live the house just next to L’huilerie.