In the village of Veules the Roses, the Moulin des Cressonnières was built at the source of the river Veules in the first part of the 19th century. The river Veules is the smallest river in France and flows through the village towards the sea. From the garden you get a nice look on the watercress beds.
The owners are pleased to welcome you to two charming and refined guest rooms: "Le grenier du meunier" (the miller's attic), an outbuilding in the garden: on the ground floor: 1 large bedroom (1 double bed or 2 twin beds 90 cm), shower room, toilet, baby bed and equipment. Upstairs: 3 single beds (90 x 200 cm), toilet, and washbasin; Wi-Fi access. "The Boat room", an outbuilding in the garden: 1 bedroom (1 double bed or 2 twin beds 90 cm), shower room, separate toilet, Wi-Fi access. Breakfasts served in the main house. Shelter for bikes and motorbikes. Car park in the garden. Preferential rates for longer stays.