The property which is one building, is divided into two parts. The original structure, dating back to 1785, and a newer portion which has just been restored to offer holidaymakers four double rooms, each with a private shower, washbasin and toilet and balcony. The rooms have a double bed, children’s beds can be added, and a private bathroom. During their stay, guests have breakfast downstairs in a farmhouse-style dining room or outside under the panoramic pergola in the garden or on the balcon. Each bedroom has a botanical theme (a particular flower) which lends its colour to the decoration.
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Room Malva Sylvestris
In the eighteeth century” language of sentiments”, the mallow flower inspired the symbols of maternal love and meekness which well correspond to the flower’s medicinal properties.
Room Viola Odorata
The sweet violet symbolizes modesty, honesty and innocence. The highly perfumed essential oil has a calming effect on the central nervous system. However the most famous part of the flower is the petals which are used to obtain perfumes, refined essences and oils.
Room Hypericum perforatum
The Latin name “Hypericum perforatum” derives from the Greek and signifies “drives away the spirits” and bringer of joy. The first name was given because it was believed that the herb repelled evil spirits which could not stand the odour. In fact, another name for this plant is ‘the herb which chases away devils”.
Room Primula Vulgaris
In the language of flowers, the Primrose represents youth and first love. One of the reasons for this description is that fact that the Primrose is the first flower to bloom at the end of the winter and also represents good luck because the blossom announces the arrival of fine weather.