Home of the Puy du Fou, the BOUCHET mill, laid on the Sèvre Nantaise, lives through the seasons at the rythm of the river since the 14th century.
In this authentic setting, we have restored these old stones. While renovating this mill rooted in 1 hectare of greenery, we took great care for your comfort.
15 minutes from the Puy du Fou, it is in Vendée, in Mortagne sur Sèvre that you can discover the BOUCHET mill guest house and its four rooms.
Premises are suitable to relaxation, rest, it encourages you to rediscover simple pleasures. This place cannot be described, it better be lived. Immersing yourself in this natural environment helps you to recharge your batteries, and to reap all the benefits of a restful stay.
As early as 1394, the Bouchet mill is listed in the parish archives of Saint Hilaire de Mortagne. Over the centuries, it becomes a paper mill or it is used to grind grain, before being refurbished as a place of residence. We worked there, so as to make it a guest house which would seduce you and where you would feel at home...
The rose garden
Tinted of mauve, this cosy bedroom combines calm and comfort. From the window you can watch the rose bushes of our garden.
The Camellia Room
This bedroom allows you to have a direct access to the green priest’s garden. Intimacy and well-being, you are lulled by the soothing sound of the river.
The Bamboo Room
The luminous tones of this room brighten your stay. From the window, you can see the long bamboos planted at the bottom of the priest’s garden.
The Willow Room
This bedroom with blue varieties and marine decoration overhangs the Sèvre Nantaise river, in which the willow trees immerse their leaves.
We have selected several places of interest which could be interesting for you to visit during your stay. For more information, do not hesitate to contact us.
Hikers will be glad while following trails which are on the edge of the river from the mill. We suggest you several itineraries.
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