Stay at our lovely hotel hidden away in the countryside of the Pas-de-Calais in Northern France. Explore the stunning Opal Coast and surrounding area and take time to relax and enjoy some fantastic food in our tranquil hotel and restaurant.
Le Moulin is a charming, modern, three-star hotel tucked away in the peaceful countryside of the Pas-de-Calais, near the town of Desvres in Northern France.
We are only forty minutes from the Eurotunnel at Calais and within striking distance of the Opal Coast, Boulogne, Lille, World War historical sites, fascinating museums, fantastic restaurants and golf courses with beautiful countryside you can explore by foot or bicycle.
Le Moulin is a convenient over-night stop as you drive through France, the perfect place for a quiet weekend away and an ideal location from which to explore the secrets of this fascinating region.
To celebrate International Women’s Day in March and Mother’s day we offer a free place for each mum with her family reservation (meal or stay - minimum 4 pax reservation) until end May 2017.CONTACT US TODAY
Le Moulin and an exciting little French getaway are nearer that you think. It takes you less than two hours to get from Folkestone in Kent to the front desk at Le Moulin near the pretty town of Desvres in the Pas-de-Calais. And, once you get there you will be stunned by the beautiful beaches and resorts of the Opal Coast, the top-notch traditional French restaurants, amazing World War sites, the gorgeous rolling countryside and the friendly, warm welcome that awaits...
“This hotel is perfect for a weekend break or perhaps a weeks holiday. If unspoilt rural France close to channel ports an tunnel is you choice do not miss this hotel. It has only 20 rooms and is furnished to a reasonable 3 star standard. Breakfast is served in a small dining hall and comprises a well stocked continental buffet supplemented with cooked hot breakfast food. The larger separate dining room is spacious and overlooks nothing but fields and trees, the chef is new but we found the food quality to be very good. There is a small and homely bar area adjacent to the dining room. The current English owners of the hotel are new and seem keen to build on the hotels existing trade and good standards.”