In the mill itself, there is a lovingly designed kitchen on the ground floor with an open fireplace and a lit-clos – a traditional Breton box-bed. You can see the workings of the mill equipment in this room. A glass staircase leads to the first-floor accommodation where you will find a double bed, the millstones, the grain hopper and the equipment for hanging up the flour sacks. In other words, you will sleep right in the heart of the mill. The skylight looks out onto ancient oak trees which can be illuminated as you lie in bed.
The rooms between the old mill and the function room house two toilets, a disabled toilet, a very large bathroom with a bath and rainfall shower, and a utility room.
When selecting fittings, we exclusively chose furniture handcrafted from French oak – with the exception of the modern design pieces. Throughout the whole project, it was important to us to use companies and artisans from the local region (with the exception of the mill specialist) and we have no doubt that this was the right decision.
Joel , a stonemason whose past projects include a year spent working on Florence cathedral, built a Breton bakehouse next to the mill, which has already been used to make the odd loaf or two and some delicious pizzas.
There is a cabanon, or cabin, outside the mill with a covered patio and a comfortable seating area.
I very much hope that you will feel as home in this little paradise as I do! Enjoy the peace and quiet and the unique atmosphere of the moulin de Rosmadec.