Romantic history combined with an artistic refinement and hints of contemporary sophistication makes for graceful living here. We like the personally curated art, furnishings and decor.
Located in the heart of the historic center of Arles, this luxury bed and breakfast is comprised of two 18th century residences that have been united and renovated to create a luxurious and spacious chambre d’hotes. Completely restored by a native of southern France, the stylish interiors have a feeling of refinement and calm. Arranged around a beautiful interior courtyard, great care has has been taken to extend the quality throughout with both sophisticated design details as well as luxurious amenities and comfort. With a privately curated collection of contemporary art, antiques and furnishings, the house feels like home.
There are a total of five en suite guest rooms and a main library, lounge and living room intimately designed for individual guests or small groups. There are two large terraces for leisurely lounging, and dining where you will be served delicious local and international cuisine with Baccarat and 19th century china in the courtyard. It can also be privatized for special events when renting the entire property.
Relaxing, refined and intimate, this bed and breakfast welcomes you with warmth and style.
Breakfast served daily with additional courtesy tray of seasonal fruits and drinks included. Customized concierge services and cultural tour programs available. Wifi throughout, satellite cable TV in each room with luxury linens by Quagliotti and Eau d’Hadrien by Annick Goutal toiletries. Housekeeping and laundry services. Massage and spa services available. Private car and airport transfer service available. Arranged parking.
A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Arles is a treasure trove of Roman history and culture (as well as the one time residence of Van Gogh during his most productive period). Arles is famous as an artistic cultural center and hosts important international contemporary art fairs as well as the international event for photography, Les Rencontres d’Arles. It’s also home to the recently opened Van Gogh Museum which features an annual exhibition of new paintings along with two exhibitions a year by several renown artists influenced by van Gogh. The LUMA Foundation in association with architect Frank Gehry is currently building it’s experimental cultural center in the Parc des Ateliers scheduled to open in 2018.
Located at the crossroads of the Camargue, Alpilles and Crau regions, the city sits along the Rhone within reach of the best of southern Provence. The river delta region of the Camargue and National Park is just a short drive south and offers an amazing biodiversity of species including the famous wild horses. Both Nimes and Avignon are with a half hour drive and you can reach Aix-en-Provence in under an hour. The coastal cities of Marseille and Montpellier are just an hour away.
Arles, France. Nearest Airport: Nîmes-Alès-Camargue-Cévennes Airport (23km)
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