In Poitiers, the Clos des Moulins house was built around 1856 by Charles ORILLARD on a former troglodyte site. Charles was a merchant and seed trader. Today, beautifully restored guest rooms retaining original features, will welcome you for a professional stay, a weekend or for your holidays.
The troglodyte site is composed of a main house, outbuildings and a large quarry. It was inhabited between 1750 and 1790 by Hilaire GARDIEN, Marie-Radegonde GUYONNET and their children...
Keep your eyes and ears open and let yourself be carried away into a fragment of Poitiers’ history.
The environment is part of our daily life and we can thus offer you an eco-responsible stay and sustainable well-being.