23 bd. Gambetta, Aigues-Mortes, 30220, France
This beautifully preserved 16th-century house has large, airy guest accommodations, some with tall windows overlooking a green courtyard. Pristine white-stone walls, color-stained woodwork, and rubbed-ocher walls frame antiques and lush fabrics. Each room is named according to a local bird whose portrait, colorfully portrayed with a modern flair, determines the room's color scheme. The peaceful sky-blue Avocette room, with beamed ceilings and a chandelier, is the largest. Breakfast (€10) can be eaten on a little terrace by the pool.
- rooms overlook lovely courtyard
- free parking card provided at check-in
- not much English spoken at hotel
Rate Includes: No meals
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