This particularly welcoming and sophisticated house is located in a superb mediaeval hilltop village with superb views over the surrounding valley and hills. Marked by centuries of history, today it is a "Charming Village" and has become a tourist attraction. The B&B's owners bought this house next to the old village walls and invested a lot in its renovation and redecoration. They have created four guest bedrooms in various parts of the house, which are prettily decorated with lime-washed ochre walls with lovely patinas. On the ground floor are several guest lounges where breakfasts and evening meals are served and a terrace overlooking the delightful walled garden where Thierry has planted 250 different types of plants, including box trees that he has cut in the Japanese Nowaki style, which has made each tree a sculpture which reveals other bushes and plants through its leaves. Its unusual nature has led it to be included in the "Unusual gardens of the Gard" . In the afternoons, guests can also enjoy a pancake and tea on the terrace overlooking the street.