Provence Hotels


La Gueulardière

At a Glance


  • ideal location for antique hunters to stay
  • rooms are bright and cheerful


  • some rooms are noisy
  • can be stuffy and hot in summer

La Gueulardière Review

After a Sunday glut of antiquing along the canals, you can dine and sleep just up the street in a hotel full of collectible finds, from the school posters in the restaurant to the oak armoires and brass beds that furnish the simple lodgings. Each of the five guest room has French windows that open onto the enclosed garden courtyard, a nice spot to enjoy breakfast (extra) in the shade.

    Hotel Details

  • 5 rooms
  • Rate includes no meals.
  • Closed mid-Dec.–mid-Jan. Restaurant closed Mon. dinner and Tues. during winter.
Updated: 12-19-2013

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