Pierre Loti's Bedroom
Istanbul, Oriental Perfum
Famous writer, member of the French Academy and naval officer in the Royal Navy, Pierre Loti sailed all over the world alongside our grandfather. This guest room pays tribute to the orientalist spirit that the artist loved so much. In Istanbul, a café is still named after him. Its very special atmosphere encourages daydreaming and idleness.
The majestic four-poster bed, the profusion of shimmering cushions on the sofa, the rich carvings of the neo-gothic woodwork, the falling taffeta curtains with glittering tassels and the golden arabesques of the braids are reflected in the mirrors and invite you to travel to a magical world filled with the scents of the Orient.
The bathroom will make you discover another facet of Pierre Loti's very eccentric personality. Numerous photos and engravings remind you how much he loved the art of theatre and staging. The vaporous curtains of an organza veil hide the bathtub.
A large window lets the sunshine in, the view over the castle park is ravishing, it is an ode to relaxation, everything is calm, luxury and voluptuousness.
From 178€/night for 2 people, tourist tax: 0,55€/adult, breakfast included.