The beautiful period features in the house are a testimony of its rich past, with the magnificent XIV century screw staircase connecting the cellar to the loft and the equally stunning staircase dating from Henry IV (early XVII century).
Situated on the ground floor, the entrance hall with its wooden beam ceiling in the traditional ‘Plafond a la Francaise’ style acts as a characteristic reception area to welcome guests.
The first floor provides guests with the opportunity to unwind in the splendid library-salon lounge. This multifunctional space welcomes guests to enjoy a cup of tea or coffee, play some pool or simply to choose a good book.
In addition, there are also 7 beautiful bedrooms all with an impressive view on either the garden, the tower or the Museum of the White Penitents.