This characterful, 15th-century stone house, west of Nîmes, is built around an inner courtyard, a romantic little garden ornamented by a fountain. It offers privacy, coolness and the incredible play of light and shade that is part of the lifestyle unique to the South of France.
Reached by a superb stone-slab circular staircase, the beautifully restored guest rooms are individually furnished and display the same tasteful, understated beauty. Further up the slab circular staircase, a terrace with breathtaking views over the countryside is a sheer delight.
Régis, artist, created "L'Atelier de Calvisson" where he lives and works in 1975. His paintings decorate the walls throughout the house. Art course "à la carte" on request.
Corinne, art historian, will be pleased to help you to discover the area. Just next to the main entrance, under its stone-arched ceiling, naturally soundproofed, her Bechstein boudoir grand piano, entirely restored in 2012, offers amateur musicians the freedom to play whenever they wish.