Once you pass the door of this old basque house, invented again by Bernard and Marie-France Carrère, your journey begins. The reception, filled with a lot of antiques and old books, looks like a "cabinet de curiosités".
The morning light threads her way between the breakfast room's curtains, and plays with a collection of tea boxes and a cup of home maid chocolate.
A chimney fire crackles: you're in the living room, opening on the garden. Settle down in the comfortable sofa or armchairs, have a drink of the house's Porto, enjoy: antiques and old books again, trinkets, paintings, autographs, and the piano, a Bechstein from last century, wich keeps the precious memory of the concert that Sviatoslav Richter improvised once.
Height rooms tell a story from the old time of family houses, and invite you to live, for some hours or some days, a thousands times of happiness.
Wi-Fi - No TV but a lot of book !
A continental breakfast can also be served in your room, salon or garden from 8.00 to 11.00.