The Old Bakery is an extraordinary building.
Until the eighties the oven was used to bake bread for the inhabitants around the village of Eoux. The old oven facade is a feature of the warm, open plan living and kitchen area. Large doors open directly to the terrace and to the garden. Alongside runs a small stream (shallow and not dangerous). The Old Bakery offers a subtle mix of French rural history and contemporary comfort. There are three bedrooms. One is a special childrens room with a wall to paint on and a dressing up box. It has three single beds and a bedstead. The other rooms have double-beds. The house of 120m² is well-sized for max. 6 guests. There is a BBQ, WiFi, and a dishwasher and washing machine available. The fields bordering the garden are part of the property. The Mill and Bakery have their own privacy.