In A Beautifull Mountain Chalet

The hamlet of La Font d'Eygliers enjoys superb views of the mountains. Tom and Wim welcome their guests to their B&B in a sixteenth-century former priory, which looks like a mountain chalet. After the priors moved out, the building was used to store wine and was then completely renovated by its previous owners.

In a beautifull mountain chalet
La maison du Guil

Eygliers, Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur, France

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01/01/2014

Recommended for guests who enjoy winter walks

The hamlet of La Font d'Eygliers enjoys superb views of the mountains. Tom and Wim welcome their guests to their B&B in a sixteenth-century former priory, which looks like a mountain chalet. After the priors moved out, the building was used to store wine and was then completely renovated by its previous owners. The heavy work having already been done, the new owners just had to add their own finishing touches. The overall colour scheme is quite sober, with a few splashes of colour and designer ornaments. The entrance hall leads to the heart of the house, a beautiful room with a vaulted ceiling that is now used as a lounge and dining room for guests. A passageway through the thick walls leads to the sauna. Another leads to the  stone staircase up to the “Pimprenelle” room, with its beautiful pebble shower. The vaulted  “Armoise” room  is on the same level as a small garden. The “Marjolaine” and “Epilobe” rooms are accessed from the living room and each has lovely views of the mountain. On some evenings, your hosts, who love cooking, will prepare light dinners which are served in the vaulted dining room or in the garden next to the house. An address recommended for guests who enjoy both summer and winter walks.

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