This bedroom pays hommage to one of Alix de la Panouse's ancestors, a famous troubadour of the Perigord region, a lover of beautiful women, of poetry; singing about the giddiness of love as much as the feverishness of combat. This troubadour was the most unusual poet of the Twelfth century. But the bedroom does have more modern comforts! A comfortable bed, decorated with historic patterns, a beautiful view of the grounds, a library and romantic furniture. Its bathroom offers comfort and sobriety. And lastly, unlike the Comtesse Catherine bedroom, the Bertrand de Born room does not seem to be haunted...
149 â‚¬ per night, bathroom continental breakfast and taxes included.
Contiguous bathroom with bath and shower.