mill house

In the shade of one of Brittany's most beautiful abbeys, the old monastery mill has been renovated to offer guests comfortable accommodation close to nature and to the heritage of this tranquil environment.

This was one of three mills at Beauport. Its production was modest but regular and sufficient for the dozen or so canons who stayed at the abbey. It stopped operating during the French Revolution. At the crossroads of history and environmental conservation, this historic building which overlooks the sea is the ideal base for discovering this unique place, brimming with history, while helping to preserve this site.

 

A holiday house with a sea view!


The mill house can accommodate up to 4 guests and is composed of:

  • a master bedroom with a new, high quality double bed
  • a twin bedroom
  • an open-plan kitchen with a dishwasher and a large table for having meals together with family or friends
  • a living room
  • a bathroom with a shower and WC  
  • garden furniture and a barbecue
  • baby changing table, baby bath and high chair available upon request

Animals are not accepted.

Included extras:

  • Bed linen provided
  • Tickets and brochures to visit Beauport Abbey and enjoy the walks in grounds
  • Two adult bikes available

Beauport estate, a remarkable protected area

During your stay, please help us to preserve this site:

  • Please use the carpark located 200 metres from the house. A drop-off point is however available.
  • Only use the barbecue in the designated area.
  • Keep dogs on leads.
  • Dismount your bike on the estate to share paths with walkers.