The Moulin d'Andé

You'll immediately fall in love with this beautiful mill on the River Seine!

A gem on the River Seine

Built at the end of the 12th century, the Moulin d’Andé is now a listed Historical Monument. It’s the only mill with a water wheel remaining on the River Seine, and has kept its entire machinery intact. In 1962, the Moulin d'Andé became a cultural centre and has since then welcomed many famous artists, including Romy Schneider, François Truffaut or Jacques Dutronc. Concerts and performances are given in its theatre throughout the year. Nestled in a 37-acre park, the mill also boasts a cosy 35-room hotel. It’s the perfect picnic spot!
(c) Philippe DENEUFVE
(c) Philippe DENEUFVE

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Hotels, restaurants and cafés nearby

What to see and do

  • The Moulin d'Andé is located two miles east from Louviers and is easily accessible from the A13 motorway.
  • Relax in style at the Manoir de Surville, a historic stone and half-timbered building in the heart of the lush Norman countryside. Each one of the 11 rooms is unique!
  • Just a few minutes drive from the Moulin d'Andé, the Moulin de Connelles is another historic mill which has been transformed into a picturesque manor house that straddles the River Seine. It offers delicious food served in an intimate restaurant overlooking the river.

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