A big old house beautifully converted into a hotel by Patricia and Marc. It’s a family-friendly space with some downstairs bedrooms in a modern annexe and plenty of sitting/dining rooms to be sociable in, or to escape to.
The 1535 building has seen many incarnations since it was built, but lots of its ancient features remain: an enormous stone fireplace in the old kitchen where you breakfast in winter, stone flagged floors, high ceilings, thick walls, a maze of corridors and staircases.
You’ll find terraces for resting on, a mulberry tree for shade, walled gardens and a very beautiful pool. Children will discover a treehouse and a safe garden for running free. There’s a restaurant which is also open to the public for French gastronomic food; the amiable head chef offers cooking classes for all – children included.