This unique building, dating from the 13th century, is a haven of tranquillity nestled amongst the steep alleys and perched in the heights of the village. The former guards room has frescoes and a vaulted fireplace. Regional and seasonal cuisine, by chef David Beauvais, is served in the evening in the gastronomic restaurant, with its sliding ceiling formed of two hundred originally painted panels which opens to reveal the sky above. Guests can take lunch on the terrace whilst enjoying the panoramic view.
The hotel comprises 28 bedrooms, each with LCD TV, coffee machine, WiFi and ensuite bathroom.
- Gastronomic restaurant
- In-room spa treatments (on request)
- Open all year (except 2 January – 12 February)
3 nights from £699 per person in February and from £825 per person in August, based on two adults sharing on bed & breakfast basis. Indicative prices include return daytime flights (Nice) and return private transfers.