The Commons

Within the medieval walls of the stone house lies an oasis of green and water, of stillness and serenity. 

Love is in the Details

Salt Water Pool

Just a step away from the rooms.

The inviting salt water pool is located at the same level as the rooms and the large stone terrace.


17th Century Stone House

The house dates back from the 17th Century...when it belonged to the town's notary public and tax collector.

Plant life

Aromatics, flowers and greenery

The grassy area is shaded with a few trees and shrubs, as well as a fairy tale gazebo. Under the sun or under the stars, the garden is always a bit of magic.

Al Fresco

Patio or Terrace?

There's nothing better than dining al fresco in the warm weather. Plenty of space for it in the ground floor patio, or the main level terrace.

Quiet Time

On the main floor, you can find some respite.

This sitting area has a shelf of books and games, two cozy sofas and a round card table.

Indoor Chilling

A glass wall divides the patio from this lounge.

Ping-pong, dining, siesta-ing or just watching things unfold from the comfort of a sofa


June 2018

The grounds have many common areas to loose oneself in.

Whether indoors or outdoors, our guests can find a spot, a nook, a corner of paradise to park themselves in for a bit of time to relax, to recapture a bit of themselves, away from the stress and noise of the city.