The gardens surrounding Manoir du Moulin are spread over five thousand square meters and are private and enclosed. There are many features for guests to enjoy including a 250+ year old Maple tree, a small stream, flowers and fruit trees such as apple, cherry, fig, pear and plum. A picnic lunch with a glass of the local sparkling red wine swinging in the hammock is a great way to while away an afternoon.
Along the walls you will find kiwi and grape vines basking in the sun as well as raspberry, strawberry and watermelon plants. The delicious jams served at breakfast are all made with these organic fruits from our gardens. Feel free to sample the fruit as you take a stroll and you may even get a chance to feed the resident squirrels!
A vegetable garden brimming with potatoes, garlic, tomatoes, zucchini, onions, eggplants, hot, mild and sweet peppers and much more will soon be contributing its bounty to the famous Manoir du Moulin breakfasts as Shari is busily preparing and planting it as we speak.