From afar, the little village of Les Baux de Provence and the remains of its ancient fortress from the 13th century are outlined on these rocky cliffs.Beyond this landscape, you will discover the passionate history of the Provencal tradition, culture and heritage.
The house itself, built with a great respect of the Provencal architecture, trimmed with white stone from Les Baux de Provence, roofed with reclaimed terracotta tiles and its shutters of the almond green of the olive trees, is a genuine haven of peace and harmony.
From the entrance to the hotel, between the olive branches, a row of shrubs mixed with rosemary, sage and other aromatic and coloured plants brings you to the reception.
On your left, a small lavender field provides the making of lavender-bags and bottles of lavender laundry water which are sold in the hotel’s boutique
The door then opens onto a large lounge of wooden beams, painted and waxed walls and hand made terracotta tiles which contrast with the large rustic fire-place made from the chalky white stone of Les Baux.
Here, there and everywhere, you will find a relaxing decoration and an extreme concern to pay attention to every detail.