- WELCOME TO THE HOTEL ***
CHARMING & COZY
All rooms, suites and duplexes are air conditioned. Particular care has been taken in the decoration of each room. Quality bedding, hospitality tray, flat-screen TV and refrigerator will enhance your stay.
Take advantage of the facilities made available during your stay in each of our rooms.
bathtub or shower
The standard double rooms are 14m² large and can host two people. There is a 160x200 bed, plenty of pillows and a blanket for your comfort. A television, a fridge and a courtesy tray are provided in the room. The bathrooms are all equipped with a shower or a bathtub,
a washbasin, toiletries and a toilet. Located on the garden level, you will enjoy your stay with your feet in the grass and a view of the Parc des Vieilles Tours.
The superior double rooms are 22m² with a 160x200 bed, plenty of pillows and a blanket for your comfort. You have a television as well as a fridge and a courtesy tray. The bathrooms are equipped with a bathtub, a washbasin, toiletries and a separate toilet. These rooms are located on the garden level or on the first floor, with a privileged view of the surrounding countryside.
The superior triple rooms have been designed to accommodate 3 people. There is a large double bed (160x200) and a single bed in a separate alcove. With its 22 m², these rooms are equipped with an armchair, a television, a fridge and a courtesy tray. The bathrooms are equipped with a bathtub, washbasin, toiletries and a separate toilet. The triple rooms are located on the garden level in the Parc building, with a view and access to the park of Les Vieilles Tours.
Enjoy a stay in the emblematic suite of the Hôtel Les Vieilles Tours. With its room suspended above the domain and its living room located in the heart of one of the two towers, get the best of 30m² for an authentic stay. Television, courtesy tray and fridge will ensure you a comfortable stay. This suite is accessible only by stairs and has a bathroom with bathtub and separate toilet. Located on the first floor of the Manor, in a tower dating from the 16th century.