A Labyrinth of History
I am a very old building. My walls are full of history, some of them date back to the 12th century, others are made of stone from the wall of Augustus. My labyrinth-like appearance was given to me by the destruction and then reconstruction of my walls over time. I am home to many surprises: a majestic spiral staircase from the 16th century, travertine bathrooms, Roman cellars... so many wonders that I would be delighted to show you.
I am a clever mix of old and modern: industrial materials are mixed with building stones typical of the South of France.
Every year, I am delighted to welcome under my roof visitors from all over the world travelling on foot, by car, motorbike, bicycle and even tandems.
A Family Affair
For 70 years my former owners took good care of me. Equipping me with modern and comfortable furniture they have worked continuously for my beautification. They have carried out the necessary renovations for my renewal, allowing me to stay in the spirit of the times.
Recently, a new family took me in hand: a family from the countryside who came to the city. They are young people, the last one only a few months old, full of motivation and ideas. They have the will to make me grow and continue to make me prosper. They wish to make me a high place of peace and adelphity.
They have already brought me a touch of freshness by planting the terrace: now butterflies, bees and dragonflies have joined us.
I am in a neighborhood in the old city center. Rich in designer shops, but also in restaurants. My neighbour DOU BOCHI dresses the most beautiful ladies in elegant Camargue style clothes. The ceramics room will make you participate in pottery workshops. In a district in my town, the association of shopkeepers organizes the Friday night nocturnes and has plenty of other surprises in store for us.
My state of mind
I am starting to develop an approach that respects people and the environment and therefore welcomes you with the will to put forward an eco-responsible and ethical tourism.
My breakfasts are composed of home-made jam in a cauldron, home-made cakes and fresh fruit from local producers.