The Villa offers five large bedrooms with enough space to accommodate up to 14 people. The standard configuration is 4 double beds (rooms 1, 2, 3 & 5) & 1 twin room (room 4). Rooms 2 and 4 both have bunk beds, so are perfect family rooms sleeping up to 4 people. Both these rooms are very large (6x5m) so there is ample space to add beds / adjust the configuration to suit your needs.  We are happy to configure the rooms according to your requirements providing you give us plenty of notice. The current configuration is set out below.

All windows and Portefinestra doors in the house have been upgraded in 2011, ensuring warm cosy rooms and unbeatable views. There is also wifi access in all the bedrooms.



Measuring 4m x 5m, this light and spacious room on the first floor has a double bed with an en-suite shower cubicle & handwash basin. With stripped hardwood flooring, carpets from Asia, and baroque furniture from north Africa, it's a room you'll readily warm to. 

Two large Portafinestra doors open out onto independent balconies facing south & west. To the south, there is an unobstructed view of the iconic Chamechaude massif, while the larger west-facing balcony overlooks the village square and church. There's plenty of space to hang your clothes and store your bags. With wifi in the room, plus a desk & chair, you can always catch up on your emails with a little bit of privacy. 



Adjoining bedroom 1, this ensuite room measures a whopping 6m x 5m. There is a double bed and a set of bunk-beds making this a perfect family room. Portefinestra doors lead out onto the largest balcony of the house which overlooks the main terrace and the village square. Offering similar decorative tastes to bedroom 1, it's a room in which it is easy to feel at ease.

The ensuite bathroom has a WC, shower, bath, and changing area. For your clothes and baggage, there's plenty of storage in the room.  The room can be adapted to accommodate 3 or 4 guests - but it is also a great room for a family as it offers so much space. 




Up on the 2nd floor, bedroom 3 is practically a carbon copy of bedroom 1 - a double ensuite room with stripped hardwood floors, and a small balcony with great views to the south and west. With it's signature mix of French art deco and North African furniture, the room has genuine charm & character, albeit that it  retains a light and uncluttered feel. 

One of the warmest rooms in the house owing to its aspect, the sun pours into the room at the end of the day, adding to its cosy feeling. A traditional French closet offers storage space. There is an ensuite shower and wash basin, and there is a common WC in the adjacent hallway.



Almost identical in size to bedroom 2, bedroom 4 is another huge room which can sleep up to four guests in 2 single beds (which can be joined together to form a double) and a set of bunk-beds. It has a west facing balcony overlooking the village, which like bedroom 3 soaks up the sun at the end of the day, together with stripped floors, table & chairs and loads of cupboard space.

Washroom facilities are in the common bathroom on the 1st floor. There is a common WC in the adjacent hallway. This is a spacious and uncluttered room which would perfectly suit 2-4 children in a larger group of adults, or a family of 3 or 4 and because of its position at the very top of the house, it has far-reaching views across the valley.



Bedroom 5 is a double and is the smallest of all the bedrooms, measuring 4m x 3m. With east and north facing windows, it gets great early morning sunlight and views of  the 'Dents des Crolles' . 

The room has its own handwash basin, and easy access to the 2nd floor WC is just across the hallway. Shower / bath facilities are in the family bathroom on the 1st floor. There is a table & 2 chairs, make-up table and plenty of storage space in a beautiful antique wardrobe.

It is a quiet room tucked away at the top of the house, which is always cosy and warm.


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