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Moulin de l'Hoste

Luxury Holiday Rental Accommodation
& Chambre d'Hôtes
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Perfect haven to enjoy and explore the Dordogne’s rich tapestry of treasures...

Situated in one of the most picturesque and historic regions in France, the adorable Moulin de l’Hoste nestles serenely on the banks of the River Nauze. This charming 19th century water mill, located just south of enchanting Belvès (classified as one of “Les Plus Beaux Villages de France”), has been lovingly refurbished and offers luxurious accommodation for up to 15 guests. For larger parties, our fabulous “Petit Gite” offers more accommodation for a further 4 guests (subject to availability and additional charge).

Set within 2.7 hectares, our Moulin offers a peaceful haven to relax and get together with family and friends while taking advantage of all the delightful sights this beautiful region has to offer.


Rejuvenate and rediscover your senses!

The Moulin de l’Hoste estate is situated on the main D710. Our perfect location allows our guests to explore and enjoy this wonderful region with many famous attractions and activities being just a short drive away. Rest assured your relaxation and comfort coupled with fun and enjoyment of our lovely facilities and the surrounding area are our priorities. When not exploring guests can enjoy the large garden and relax beside the pool in the sunshine (open May to September), play games or delight in dining under the stars in our attractive alfresco dining and BBQ facilities.

We live in another property on site with our two Golden Retrievers, Sanday & Gigha, and would love to welcome you here to share all the stunning Périgord Noir has to offer…

Le Moulin

Le Moulin

The Moulin is quintessentially French, full of character with superb exposed stone walls, romantic beamed ceilings, large comfortable sofas, log burner, spacious, light, airy and sumptuous bedrooms, delightful bespoke inside and outside dining areas, chill out and play areas and secure onsite parking for several vehicles. It has everything you need for a wonderful and memorable visit.


Luxury and comfort are on offer in our opulent bedrooms offering guests a haven to relax and unwind. Brimming with charm and character, our four exquisite bedrooms are all ensuite and consist of a spacious parental suite with annex (sleeps five), two lovely family suites (each sleeps 4) and a generous double suite (sleeps 2).

Parental Suits


Situated on the first floor, this is our largest bedroom and sleeps five. Several double-glazed windows allow lovely airflows and flood the suite with natural light. The main room comprises a romantic four poster double bed, small bistro set, penderie, Smart TV, a door leads to the ensuite shower room. An attractive archway leads through to an annex with a single bed plus double loft bed, wardrobe with mini-fridge, sleeping a further three people.

Family Suites


Situated on the second floor with a cute little Juliette balcony and oak beams. This pretty ensuite bedroom comprises a huge cosy super-king size bed which can be split into twin beds if required. A further sofa bed offers comfortable seating and sleeping accommodation for two more people. A little bureau allows a cosy work area. Also includes a Smart TV and storage with mini-fridge.



Situated on the second floor, this stunning ensuite room, adorned with original oak beams comprises a generous super-king size bed which can be split into twin beds as desired. A wardrobe with mini fridge, seating nook with corner sofa bed and Smart TV and gorgeous period bureau completes the room.

Double Suites



Situated on the first floor, this extremely spacious double bedroom has a large comfy super-king bed which can be split into twin beds as desired. A little desk provides a cute work area with additional seating for relaxation, Smart TV and a wardrobe for storage containing mini-fridge.

Communal Areas
(in the Moulin)

Spectacular lounge with exposed stone walls and a fabulous illuminated portal to the past located on the floor showing the mill workings below the house. Sumptuous cosy sofas allow relaxing and restful seating. A lovely archway leads through to a striking dining room with exposed stone walls, one exhibiting the date 1809. Billiards, Babyfoot (table football) and games tables are provided for entertainment.

Extremely generous kitchen with plenty of storage. The kitchen is fully equipped with a huge stainless steel stove, fridge/freezer, microwave oven, washing machine and a dishwasher. Other equipment includes a toaster, kettle, coffee machine, iron and ironing board and clothes drier. All the necessary kitchen and household equipment, including crockery, cutlery and cooking utensils are provided.

Outside is a large versatile al fresco dining area with barbeque, ping pong table and badminton. Private garden areas allow lovely peaceful spaces for calm and relaxation. 

La Petite Soeur

La Petite Soeur

Like our gorgeous Moulin, our delightful 'Petite Soeur' (Little Sister) gite is quintessentially French, full of character with superb exposed stone walls.


A gorgeous,  romantic four poster bed welcomes you to the bijou (2m x 2m) bedroom. In the lounge, a large comfortable sofa bed and log burner creates a wonderful space to relax and unwind. The kitchen is fully equipped and includes dishwasher, washing machine, fridge freezer and Tassimo coffee machine. All bed linen and towels are provided.


Delightful bespoke outside BBQ, dining and chill out areas provide everything you need for a wonderful and memorable holiday.

Kindly note, our little gite is 30m2 and ideal for 2 people. Any more than that would be a tight squeeze.



Free WiFi
Free Breakfast
(with Chambres d'Hôtes)
Swimming Pool
Sun Loungers
Large Garden
Ensuite Rooms
Onsite Parking
Pets Welcome


In the Area

In the Area

The Dordogne Valley is rich in hidden treasures, culture, history and gastronomic delights, there is so much to do and see. Our perfect location in the wonderful Périgord Noir allows our guests to explore and enjoy this wonderful region with many famous attractions and activities being just a short drive away.

Breath-taking sights are plentiful in this area; beautiful lush and verdant forests gently embrace the meandering Dordogne River alongside dramatic and stunningly beautiful cliffside villages like La Roque Gageac and Beynac-et-Cazenac, which attract visitors from all over the world, including Hollywood movie makers! Built on top of the cliff dominating the village, you’ll find the enchanting Château de Beynac where you can follow in the footsteps of Richard the Lionheart, the famous King of England, who once walked these halls, probably eyeing the Château de Castelnaud opposite (containing the French opposition to the English invaders) and contemplating his strategies!

Our area abounds with so many magnificent chateaux; pretty, picture perfect medieval bastide towns, including our own lovely Belvès as well as Monpazier, Domme, Beaumont -du-Périgord, Lalinde, Villefranche-du-Périgord. Most of these charming bastides are also accredited with being among the ‘most beautiful villages in France’ – Les Plus Beaux Villages de France. Also worth visiting is Sarlat-la-Canéda, a beautifully restored medieval town and one of the most renowned and visited in France.


The Dordogne Valley is the perfect location for rock climbing, paragliding, cycling, mountain biking, canoeing and kayaking, canyoning, horse riding, golf and so much more! It’s the number one destination for ramblers, with thousands of superb walks throughout the Valley.


From the vineyards of Bergerac and its famous Monbazillac to the Domme wines, walnut wine, chestnut liquor, and pastis of Sarlat, the Périgord excels in gastronomy and ‘La Belle Vie’.

A region famous the world over for its gastronomy, the Périgord flourishes in nature’s larder, bustling markets, colourful festivals and sumptuous cuisine including: foie gras, truffles (the black diamond of the Périgord), Bergerac wines, strawberries, walnuts, mushrooms, jams, cheese, honey… Here your tastebuds dance to the intoxicating variety of flavours exclusive to the Dordogne Valley.

There is so much more! Click on the icons for details.

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