This former watermill’s wheel turn by the River Ajon, and it nestles in a greenery-filled landscape. A charming valley carved out by the river leads to a pond where you can fish or row a boat. A few horses graze in the meadows, under the apple trees. The old watermill has been completely rebuilt but retains its good looks with its walls made up of large light-coloured stones, its blood-red window frames and its slate roof. In the large entrance hall is a huge wooden table that can seat 24 people, where breakfast and evening meals are served, opposite the open fire burning in the hearth in a monumental fireplace. The table is prettily laid and welcoming, with its coloured tableware, candlesticks and prettily presented food. Claudine and Pierre obviously enjoy welcoming, spoiling and surprising their guests. Despite their other jobs, they are always available to help their guests with an elegant smile. Upstairs are the four beautiful guest rooms, which offer every comfort for your wellbeing. The furniture, fabrics and bedlVacances, séjours, France, Normanie, Maisoncelles sur Ajon, Le Moulin d'Ajon, moulin, maison d’hôtes de caractère, charme, chambres d'hôtes, maisons de vacances, b&b, B&B, bed and breakfastinen have been selected with care, and the bathooms are attractive, with twin jacuzzis in two of them and twin hydrojet showers in the other two, which will tempt you to linger there. A top-quality address for a relaxing and charming stay.
Once across the bridge over the river, you find yourself in the depths of the countryside. Surrounded by stone walls, the “Ferme des Isles” is hidden away from prying eyes and has a lower courtyard filled with flowers that run on into the meadows. In the distance, sheep, goats, donkeys, hens and ducks wander around freely.