A converted 17th-century mill with Michelin-starred dining, including breakfast and wineThe food – Périgord is known for its local delicacies, including truffles, strawberries and walnuts
Alain Gardillou’s Michelin-starred restaurant, as rich in elegance as it is in awards
The more than 800 varieties in the wine cellar here – what’s dinner without wine?
What To Know
This French retreat is a foodie destination in itself
It's a super romantic escape, so expect to see lots of couples
The charming stream-side terrace is the most peaceful spot on the property
A charming stay in a converted 17th-century mill, with Michelin-starred dining and cozy, traditional décor
Chef-cum-hotelier Alain Gardillou takes his hospitality as seriously as he does his appetizers at Le Moulin du Roc – and since he's had a Michelin star to his name since 1979, you know the 15 four-star, TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence-winning guest rooms will deliver when it comes to charm. It certainly helps that they are located within a 17th-century converted mill, complete with period furniture, exposed beams and a pretty river that flows through the gardens.
Back to those appetizers: Le Moulin du Roc is everything you’d expect from a gastronomic getaway in the heart of Périgord in the Dordogne. Gardillou creates his menus from the very best the region has to offer, and his tables are some of the most sought-after in the area. Foie gras, truffles, strawberries and even some of the walnut oil this former mill used to make are all served up on private terraces and accompanied by wines from a cellar of more than 800 vintages.