de Moulin le Comte
are delighted to be able to offer travelers a fine château in the
Pas-de-Calais region of northern France, convenient to the ferry ports
of Calais and Dunkerque as well as the Eurostar from London to
This fine nineteenth century mansion, constructed in 1850, was
only recently in 2012. The new owners were especially careful to
the style and character of the building which is much appreciated by
All five guest rooms are en suite with shower rooms and a separated WC, and four of the five are on the first floor up a lovely winding stairway. One guest room is on the ground floor. The bathrooms are equipped with hair dryers, fine towels, bathrobes and quality bath products. Bedrooms are superbly comfortable and all the beds have new top quality Sealy mattresses. Each has a flat screen television as well as coffee and tea making facilities.
Dinner is available every evening for guests of the château, but your hosts do require a 48-hour advance reservation. The dinner meal consists of five courses: an appetizer, starter, sorbet, main course and dessert. Apéritifs are available between 7:30 and 8:00 PM, either in the lounge or on the lovely terrasse, with dinner served at 8. Guests are seated at separate tables. Your hosts are proud to serve fresh, local products at their table and will be happy to cater to anyone with food allergies or special diets as long as they are made aware of these when booking your stay.
Of course, breakfast at the château is an equally important meal. Start your day with a wide variety of breads and French pastries, yogurt, fruit, hard cooked eggs, cereal, juice and coffee or tea. Taken in a sunny room, this will ensure a good start to your day visiting the Pas-de-Calais. There is much to see and do here including the towns of St Omer, Lens where the new Louvre museum is located, Arras and the amazing city of Lille with its stunning and elegant architecture and a wide choice of museums, churches, monuments and fortifications to visit.
For those who prefer quieter pastimes, biking through the gentle countryside is something well worth considering, and a stroll through the village of Aire-sur-la-Lys should not be missed. This commune dates back to 857 when the Count of Flanders, Baldwin II, built it around a fortification to ward off invading Normans. It was even ruled by both Burgundians and the Spanish until it officially became part of France in the Treaty of Utrecht in 1713.
Do consider this warm and inviting château for your accommodations when you are next in the region of Calais. Your friendly hosts are eager to welcome you and share their home and table with you.
* * * Book this lovely château by contacting au Château and mention 'Moulin le Comte' in the subject line. * * *
Five guest rooms, three of which are deluxe and two are standard.
Each room can be configured to be double, single or twin. All are
en suite with separated WC and shower room.
Prices per night (for 2 persons): Standard room € 89 for 1 person and €109 for 2 persons. Luxury room € 109 for 1 person, €129 for 2 persons, €159 for 3 persons and €189 for 4 persons. Breakfast is included and is served from 7:30 AM until 9:30 AM on weekdays and 7:30 AM until 10 AM on weekends. If you want breakfast earlier than 7:30 AM, please mention this when booking.
Children and babies: A baby bed is available for children up to the age of 2. Please ask when booking. For children ages 2 to 12 an extra bed is available at € 20 per person per night.
Candles and any cooking appliances are not permitted in guest rooms or their en suites.
Dinner: dinner is offered for € 27 per person without drinks or € 49 per person all drinks at table included. Dinner must be booked 48 hours in advance.
Deposit: A 30% deposit of your total stay is required upon making your reservation. The balance is due upon arrival. Last-minute bookings will required a pre-authorization from a credit card for the total amount.
Cancellation: Please ask about our refund policy. Less than 48 hours before arrival day 100% of the first night's stay will be charged.
Television in guest rooms; WiFi available; all rooms Non-Smoking.
Small pets: please ask your hosts when booking if you can bring your small pet. There is a € 10 per day/per animal charge.
From Paris Gare du Nord by train to Arras or Isbergues via Arras or Bethune, approximately one hour 40 minutes.
From Paris by auto - take autoroute A1 direction Lille, exit No. 7 before Lens onto the autoroute A26 direction Bethune. Take exit 5 and go right onto the D916 where it ends at the D943. Turn left direction Aire-sur-la-Lys. In town, turn left toward Rincq and turn left onto the D192. The château is at 44 rue Principale on your left.
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