Moulin Huet Tea Room is a single storey building which is offered predominantly in an open plan layout. It comprises a service area, kitchen and indoor seating. There is also a storage room.
The property is fully fitted as a tea room and has all the equipment required to operate immediately. An inventory listing the equipment and items included is available upon request.
Although there are currently no working toilet facilities for customers, these are in the process of being installed by the landlord. In the meantime, public toilets are available by the public car park.
Externally, the property has the benefit of garden areas which offer important amenity space and additional covers for the premises. Such areas also benefit from impressive sea views.
The property makes the most of the fact the location is well known as being a favoured spot for legendary Impressionist painter Pierre-Auguste Renoir when he visited the island in September 1883. During his time on the island, he created 15 pieces of art work relating to Moulin Huet and property now forms part of the Renoir Walk, a self-guided exhibition that allows participants to view the bay from the same persepctives as Renoir did.