A bit about us
Formerly a water powered corn mill and now a registered historical landmark, Le Moulin de Lecq is a two storey granite public house and restaurant, featuring the largest waterwheel on the Island and a mill stream that flows into the sea. The old fuller’s mill, with parts dating back to the 12th century makes Le Moulin de Lecq an historic landmark on the Island of Jersey. The Germans later requisitioned the wheel to power their search lights during the occupation. Since then, the property has been ran as a genuine free house and restaurant.
Le Moulin de Lecq provides a welcome and relaxing change to the hustle and bustle of St. Helier. Located on the border between St. Ouen and St. Mary on bus route number 9, this picturesque tavern is literally a stones throw away from Gréve de Lecq beach. Surrounded by the natural and unspoilt landscape of Gréve de Lecq valley, Le Moulin de Lecq lies on one of the best preserved sites of beauty on the Island. A gorgeous backdrop for any occasion, this genuine free house is the perfect venue for parties and celebrations. Whether you request a small intimate gathering or a large merrymaking feast with live music and entertainment, Le Moulin de Lecq meets any budgets and requirements.
Facilities at Le Moulin de Lecq
The tavern is the oldest part of the premises, with original stone and woodwork features that date back to the 12th century. The bar is built around the watermills cog wheels and gearing mechanisms, a unique feature that gives Le Moulin de Lecq its historical character.
Our restaurant has a similar style and charm to the main bar. Its interior boasts traditional oak beams and a wood burning stove. The restaurant’s seating capacity is 60 for diners or set course meals with personalised menus. Functions can be arranged for 60-100 people, this would be a buffet, serving a delicious selection of fresh cuisine from our local suppliers. The restaurant also has toilets with full disabled access.
Located on the second floor above the main bar, the games room
is a great space for small social gatherings and is furnished with a competition size pool table, dart board, board games and a television.
Le Moulin de Lecq’s extensive picturesque grounds are ideal for outdoor dining and entertaining, which includes a BBQ shack that can be opened in the summer. The site also has ample parking with two spacious car parks.
Adjacent to the alfresco dining area is the children’s adventure playground. Here, children can play freely and have fun swinging, sliding and climbing in safe and secure grounds.