Our B&B in Avignon
All our guest rooms are south-facing and enjoy a view of the garden and the secluded swimming pool.
Situated on the first, second and third floors of the mansion, the rooms are all air-conditioned and have a unique charm and authentic character: terracotta, hexagonal or cement tiles, old trusses and beams, arched windows and interior shutters. They provide both comfort and privacy with their en-suite bathroom (shower or bath, washbasin and toilet).
We have left books on shelves and in various nooks and crannies so you can share our tastes and interests.
Pix @Jerome Quadri or @Michel Alexandrovicz
“Les Jardins d’Eden” room
A taste of paradise... a cocoon, a little hidden gem like its bathroom which comes into view after a few steps into the room. A room for lovers... Laurence’s favourite... (Additionnal pix in our gallery)
“Les Jardins de Monet” room
Like a rich jewel case... overlooking the lush garden, this room is an oasis of charm and tranquillity. And early on spring mornings, you can hear the birds singing. (Additionnal pix in our gallery)
“Les Jardins d’Alhambra” suite
From the windows of this superior suite, you can enjoy a view of the pool and the paved areas... a scene reminiscent of the Partal gardens in the Alhambra in Granada. Along with its stone walls and the weathered beam which forms part of the decor, this ample suite also boasts an en-suite bathroom. Perfect for single guests or couples (with or without children). (Additionnal pix in our gallery)
“Les Jardins de Majorelle” room
The four seasons... this room is perfect for every situation: from a night’s rest after a seminar to a week- long stay to stroll around the lively streets during the festival. Simple and comfortable, it is the perfect place to get away from it all. (Additionnal pix in our gallery)
“Les Jardins de Babylone” suite
Another of our five gems, the spacious and bright Babylone suite offers a beautiful ample room decorated with noble materials. It retains its authentic character and has an en-suite bathroom which is hidden from view by brightly coloured hammered tiles. (Additionnal pix in our gallery)