Welcome to Le Moulin, below are some details about what to expect during your stay here.
During your stay here, you will be offered 3 healthy and nutritionally balanced vegetarian meals. The main meal of the day is Lunch time with a lighter supper of soup, bread and spreads in the evening time. We endeavour to use organic and fair-trade ingredients as much as possible and are on the road to being 100% organic.
For those who are vegan, wheat, gluten or diary free, or have any other dietary restrictions, we can provide on request a simple diet of steamed vegetables, a simple protein such as lentils, pulses and a simple carbohydrate. We are sorry but we are unable to offer any other more specialised diets.
Hot drinks are available all day.
We provide meditation mats, cushions, chairs and shawls.
We have enough yoga mats for up to 50 people, however if you use yoga props, you need to bring your own.
We offer a variety of accommodation in single, shared (mostly 2 shared) and Moulin tents. There is also the option to camp with your own tent.
All rooms in the main house share two bathrooms and toilets on each floor of the building. There are no en-suites.
We provide bedding and towels for all rooms and Moulin tents.
If the retreat you choose gives you the option to camp in your own tent please bring the following: your own tent, ground sheet, warm sleeping bag, a towel, and anything else to make you comfortable.
As the weather can be changeable, we highly recommend you bring a warm jumper or fleece, even in the summer time.
Please arrive between 14h00 and 20h00. See our Travel Information. page to find out details of how to get here.
On your departure day, your room needs to be vacated by 10h00. You are welcome to stay for lunch and we ask that you leave the property by 15h00.
We wish you a pleasant stay
“This precious week here has reminded me what is really important in life. I feel nourished on all levels by this incredible gift.”
“Thank you for such kindness, generosity and good spirits at the Moulin.Such a wonderful place to be, to meditate, to walk at dusk in the meadow, to enjoy the trees, the river and the gardens. And of course the wonderful food. Thank you.”
“The Dharma has come alive for me here. Thank you all from the bottom of my heart.”