Chateau de Moulin le Comte

Aire-sur-la-Lys, France

Chateau de Moulin le Comte was built by a local lord on the site of a much older chateau in 1815. 



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Founded: 1850
Category: Palaces, manors and town halls in France


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Charles P (11 months ago)
Lovely château in beautiful countryside with very hospitable new owners. Dogs are welcome here too. Recommended!
Tina Dowle (14 months ago)
I had a very large room over looking the garden.also I had the 5 course dinner which was great .and the dinning room wonderfull.lovley owners very attentive and lovley friends personally I look forward to my next trip
Tara Wilson (3 years ago)
Had a very comfortable 2 night stay at the Chateau. Very large, clean rooms with tea making facilities. The Chateau is very beautiful and in a good location with spacious parking. We had dinner for the 1st night of our stay and it was an excellent 5 course tasting menu, all dishes were delicious. Breakfast each morning was a mix of croissants, pain au chocolat, cereals and breads. Hosts were very welcoming, would visit again.
Bernard Waples (4 years ago)
Good measures in place for Covid protection. Had a great room that could not be faulted. Breakfast was only cold choice and basic. This really is a B&B. If you want an evening meal you have to book in advance or you get nothing. '' did make it look like a hotel, in my opinion, which it is not. However, for the cost and the fact we had to book very quickly as Belgium had just been placed on the Red list for quarantine it worked out just fine. Certainly did not compensate for a stay in Bruges but it was what it was and we were thankful we managed to get somewhere at short notice. Worth a stay.
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