a Maison d’Ulysse is located along a winding country road near Uzès, a haven of instant charm in the south of France.
The stunning property dates back to the 1600s and was the birthplace of well known poet Ulysse Dumas, who was also major local figure.
Guy & Gautheir, the friendly managers of Maison D’Ulysse, have lovingly restored and converted this old farmhouse into the eco-friendly, eight-roomed hotel it is today. For those looking for something a little more private and tucked away, a stay in the gorgeous apartment in the old silk farm will definitely suit. The terrace overlooks all of Provence whilst managing to maintain a complete sense of privacy. Modern suites fused with traditional and stylish bedrooms allow for a tranquil stay. Each room has its very own flair and unique touches.
The décor is in keeping with the hotels surroundings and beautifully compliments the architecture of the building. Alongside all of the enchanting design, Maison D’Ulysse features a solar heated pool, a Turkish bath; massage facilities and a wonderful library with a fireplace in tow. Do not be surprised if your stay consists mainly of sitting by the exquisite pool and gardens, expect to not want to leave the property. At night, relish in a mesmerizing sunset with a bottle of local wine on the balcony and unwind.
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