The Amourie Room

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On the first floor, on the Bassin side, at the end of the left corridor, is the Armourie Room.
It is 25 m2 and had a double bed (180 x 200 cm) that can also be used as two single beds (90 x 200 cm) and an extra bed (90 x 200 cm).
With original pieces of furniture and ancient tapestry of grey and gold flowers, its magnificent decorations are quite palatial. The Armourie offers visitors comfort as well as luxury that could have been found in a palace. The pale curtains, wafting in the breeze, allow light to enter the suite. The bathroom with its rich slate colours and of a clean simple design, offers a modern take on the palace spirit. The view is of the Bassin..

Price per night :
1 person : 60 €
2 people : 70 €
3 people (with an additional bed) : 90 €
Breakfast included in all rates

From where does the name "Armourie" come?
L’Armourie is the name of one of the fields on the estate. The name is most likely derived from the name for the mulberry tree. These trees were first planted in the Talairan area between the 16th and 18th centuries. Unfortunately the mulberry was not economically viable in this region. The term itself, of Occitan origin, was first heard after the 10th century.

"The Lady’s Room"
At Louis Degrave, we have long been used to calling this room the Lady’s Room, in reference to the olden days when a female cousin loved to stay there to rest and relax (already!) in the pastoral city of Talairan.

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