Le Grenier apartment has been converted from the servants and grooms living areas above the original stabling and covered carriage areas and separated from the main house by a cobbled passageway. The fully equipped kitchenette leads off to a comfortable 25 square metre sitting and eating area. The bedroom has two single beds and plenty of cupboard and hanging space. An en suite bathroom completes the well-appointed apartment.
Le Grenier apartment is within the grand house of Hôtel de Gensac, which is unique. Built around 1735, this 'hotel particulier' (private mansion) is one of the historical and architecturally important houses of the town. During the Hundred Years' War, King Edward III installed his son as the administrator of this region of France. Known later by the sobriquet 'The Black Prince', the ruins of his palace chapel still remain as part of the mansion's fabric, helping to warrant its inclusion on one of the town's historic-sites walks.
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Le Grenier apartment is accessed from the patio which is itself accessed via a gate opening onto La Petite Rue, Hotel de Ville. Unloading is allowed there but parking is in the public parking area 50 metres away. The patio is a private communal area for the apartments. Our private 6m x 12m pool and surrounding paved area is available to guests between 10.00am (10.00 hrs) & 6pm (1800hrs). Although the pool is accessed through the gardens, the gardens themselves are not available to guests.