The Viollet-le-Duc suite honors the wonderful architect who had a passion for history and who, in the 19th century, saved the ruined of the medieval city.
The Barbacane room takes is name from the fortification, now disappeared, which defended one of the two main doors of the medieval city.
The Cité room is an homage to this medieval fortress that has long protected the inhabitants of the Bastide Saint-Louis (lower town).
The Trivalle room is named after the favorite neighborhood of travelers in the heart of which our guesthouse is located.
The Prince Noir Room is named after the terrific Prince of Wales, who in the year 1355, sacked and burned the Bastide (lower town).
The room Dame Carcas is a nod to the heroine who gave her name to the city. While the medieval city was under siege by the emperor Charlemagne, Dame Carcas threw a pig stuffed with