Atypical setting for these spacious, luxurious and timeless rooms, located in a castle on the outskirts of a pretty, picturesque village.
Kipling Room :
Rudyard Kipling, writer born in Bombay, British India in 1865, died in London in 1936.
Listen ... the birds are chirping, the waterfall is singing ...
You enter a world of greenery and water where animals are kings. The brightest of the rooms, with its windows on three sides of the castle, welcomes you with its 1m60 bed, its shower room and its cosy lounge.
Its sofa bed can accommodate 2 more people.
Breakfast basket taken in the room or left in the room.
Capacity : 14
Type of accommodation : Mansions and prestige houses