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Rooms

There are five guest bedrooms, one of which is a suite of two connecting bedrooms. Each of these bedrooms, spacious and beautifully appointed, are designed to retain all the charm of this beautiful house and all the comforts as well. Tea and coffee making facilities and complementary magazines are provided in each room. As well, we have provided our guests with a guide to the area in the form of suggested itineraries and other tourist information. There are at least 10 routes with maps and points of interest that covers both the local area and further afield. All bathrooms have hair driers, guest soaps and sumptuous bath towels and heating.

photo no. 4 La Tannerie room-1

La Tannerie

The Tannerie gives views over the former tannerie (now a ruin). This is a special room with a huge bathroom with the original claw foot bath as well as a separate shower, toilet and hand basin. The bedroom has a queen size bed (160cm) and a single bed. There is a beautiful oak table and antique chairs.

Le Lierre

 

Le Lierre or Ivy Room also faces south and has a queen bed, an antique single bed, antique armoire and private facilities which include a shower, hand basin and toilet. The lovely shades of green in the drapes are matched in the bed covers.
photo no. 5 Le Lierre room-1
photo no. 6 Cours St Jacques room-1

Cours St Jacques

 

The Family Suite - This room is so named because it looks over the beautiful Cours St Jacques, the main thoroughfare through the village. Distant views of the chateau are possible. The Cours St Jacques is often used by families because there are two adjoining bedrooms, one with queen size bed and the other with 2 single beds. The double bedroom is an extremely spacious room with antique armoire and dresser. The bathroom which has a bath, shower, toilet and hand basin is ensuite, and there is also access to another toilet.

Les Pyrénées

 

Situated on the second floor, Les Pyrénées has views facing south towards the mountains which form the backdrop to this area. A lovely light and sunny room with a spacious adjoining bathroom, it also affords great views of the garden. Comfortably arranged with queen bed, table and chairs, with plenty of space to spread out and relax.
photo no. 7 The Pyrenees room-1
photo no. 8 Chambre de Bonne room-1

La Chambre de Bonne (Maid’s Room)

 

This room, so named because it bears this name on the original plans of the house drawn up at the start of the 1900’s gives views over the former Tannerie (now a ruin) and our courtyard, formerly a protestant chapel. With three large windows, there is no lack of light and a perfect setting for the framed needlework on display.

The Garden

 

The huge treed garden, a green oasis in summer, is opposite the main house. In summer take a refreshing swim in the salt-water pool and then relax pool-side under the shade of an umbrella. Or you may decide to relax totally in the hammocks – a perfect spot for a siesta. In autumn as the leaves change colour they fall onto wild cyclamens. All this against a quiet backdrop of water running through the ‘creek’ that wanders through the rear of the garden.
photo no. 9 pool