Château de Moulin le Comte – Nord-Pas-De-Calais



Château de Moulin le Comte is a stylish nineteenth century mansion (1850) that sits amid the beautiful peaceful gardens through which flows the river Lys. Château de Moulin Le Comte is the perfect location for a visit to nearby cities such as Béthune, Saint-Omer, Lens, Louvre Lens, Arras, Lille and into Belgium. Or this is a great place to stop enroute to/from the UK. The centre of Aire-sur-la-Lys is only 1.5 km away. Families with children are very welcome. Nothing is too much trouble for your very welcoming hosts.
Address :
44, Rue Principale (MOULIN-LE-COMTE) 62120 Aire-Sur-La-Lys
Region : Nord-Pas-De-Calais
Host: Monsieur Francis Van der Elst
Phone : +33 (0)3 21 88 48 38
How to get there: Driving: 236 Km north west from Paris, 226 km east from London.  Fly into Lille, 49km away, or arrive by 2-hour train from Paris to Berguette-Isbergues, then 15 minute taxi.
Open : All year
Price range: From 99 euro/double/night including breakfast.
Description : The nineteenth century mansion (1850) was renovated with care and passion in the summer of 2012. The original character of the building has been carefully preserved. Huge tall windows, great big doors and a checker-tiled hall are original touches still on show in this small château. Expect textured wallpapers, swish showers, hotel standards and heaps of space.
Room types 5 spacious guestrooms in which you can opt for one double bed or twin beds. Each room has a flat screen TV and its own bathroom with shower and toilet facilities. Coffee and tea making facilities are available. There is no elevator to the first floor. Free WiFi is available.
Languages spoken: Dutch, French, English and German
Payment options: Visa, MasterCard
Minimum stay : None
Cancellation policy: No charges if cancelled up to 48 hours beforehand.
Things to do: Between the mounts of Flanders and the hills of Artois, the heritage site of Aire sur la Lys has a historical town centre with a rich building heritage. A visit to Ypres is highly recommended, especially to the Menin Gate which commemorates World War 1 and the many Australians that died in battles in this area. The St Omer and other war cemeteries are also close by.
Restaurants: Your hosts will advise you of the numerous restaurant options nearby.  The Château also offers a refined table d’hôte (at 29 euro/pp) with carefully prepared dishes served in the elegant green and gold dining room. Dinner might feature local watercress, colourful St Omer cauliflowers or veal with mustard, cooked by Francis who speaks seven languages, including Japanese.
Parking: Within the grounds
Director’s comment: Excellent location for exploring the north of France and Belgium.
Map: Google map




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