The Colombiers (dovecote) Room

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On the first floor, at the end of the corridor on the right, is the Colombiers (Dovecote) room.
It is 25 m2 and has a double bed (140 x 200 cm).
This is the room that belonged to the former master of the estate, Louis Degrave. The antique furniture has been kept as it was then, creating an ambience of cool calmness. An attached bathroom is decorated in pale yellow, caramel and chocolate hues and provides old world charm with modern amenities. The room looks out over the garden where fig and persimmon trees are featured

Price per night :
2 people : 70 €
Breakfast is included in this rate.

Where does the name "The Colombiers" (Dovecote) come from?
Originally "The Colombiers" referred to the dovecotes, houses for pigeons that were situated at the top of the building. The master of the estate decided to move the dovecotes to other sections of his property, so that there was more room. Dovecotes are still seen in rural areas: and there are several in the current Louis Degrave estate.

Birds were among the many passions of the original owners of our place. To honour the good taste of those who have gone before, the current owner names this room for a place of birds – the dovecote or Colombieres. Let your fancy fly from here!

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