Le Moulin du Buret – Brittany Mill House

Our stunning converted 18th century Millhouse, nestled in extensive unspoiled woodland and
surrounded by gentle winding rivers. Sleeps 6-8 guests.

The Brittany Mill House

Welcome to Le Moulin du Buret, our stunning converted 18th century Millhouse, nestled in extensive unspoilt woodland and surrounded by gentle winding rivers, pretty meadows and beautiful landscaped gardens.
A warm sunny courtyard offers the perfect setting for morning coffee, lunchtime aperitif or evening BBQ.

There are mature fruit trees and extensive lawns with both sunny and shaded areas.
Complete privacy in an idyllic rural setting.

Walks and Views

Le Moulin  has 10 acres of meadows and woodland. Enjoy the magnificent views and soothing sounds of the river with abundant wildlife, flora and fauna. There are clumps of white lilies along the mill stream walk, and colourful shrubs in the courtyard and gardens.

We have regular visits from kingfishers, herons and occasional sightings of deer, foxes, hares and otters.
There are several minor country lanes near the property which meander between the cornfields, ideal for long gentle walks.

Home Comforts

Le Moulin has oil fired central heating, log fires and a cosy snug.
Fitted out to a high standard, there is a fully fitted kitchen with dishwasher, fridge freezer and microwave.

There are two TVs, DVD players and WiFi  and in our snug room is a large collection of books, DVDs and games.

A Stunningly Converted French Watermill

Please browse through our gallery of recent photographs to see the Mill House and its surroundings.

      • Quiet and peaceful setting with private grounds and car parking.
      • Located in unspoilt rural countryside with lovely views.
      • Courtyard and lawns with tables, chairs and barbecue.
      • Modern kitchen and comfortable bedrooms.
      • Walk out directly along the mill stream, meadows and woodland.
      • Safe for children and animals.
      • A few minutes to local shops and supermarket.
      • Selection of bikes for guests use.

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Discover Brittany

Brittany is for explorers. Its wild, dramatic coastline, medieval towns and thick forests make an excursion here well worth the detour from the beaten track. This is a land of prehistoric mysticism, proud tradition and culinary wealth, where fiercely independent locals celebrate Breton culture and Paris feels a long way away indeed.

The North Coast

Enveloped by belle époque beach resorts, fishing villages and wave-splashed headlands, Brittany’s central north coast spans the départements of Ille-et-Vilaine and Côtes d’Armor. Green shallows give rise to the name Côte d’Émeraude (Emerald Coast) to the east; westwards, boulders blush along the Côte de Granit Rose. There are also a few charming offshore islands that beg exploration. The Côtes-d’Armor is  also well known for its medieval towns steeped in history, such as Dinan, Lannion, Tréguier and Moncontour.

Within easy reach of The Brittany Mill House is the Morbihan coast to the West – Quimper, Carnac and the unmissable town of Vannes. To the East and the Ille-et-Vilaine is the bustling town of Rennes with its famous Saturday market and shops.


There’s plenty to see and do here in Brittany

Must do list……..

  • Explore the medieval town of DINAN with its cobbled streets and ramparts
  • Plan a day trip to bustling ST MALO and chic DINARD
  • Go to the beaches of ST BRIAC SUR MER, ST LUNIERE and ST CAST
  • Experience the huge Saturday market in RENNES
  • Eat out in the pretty town square of JUGON LES LACS
  • Visit the magnificent MONT SAINT-MICHEL
  • Coast Line

    Brittany has 2800km of stunning coastline.

  • Seafood

    Brittany offers some of the best seafood in the world.

  • History

    Brittany is second only to Paris in historical heritage.

  • Festivals

    Brittany is famous for its many festivals and cultural events.

  • Cycling

    Ride along the stunning Pink Granite coast.