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An artist’s retreat re-invented as your secret hideaway. Tucked within the grounds of the Priory and the Tower, L’Atelier is a fitting addition to bookings for holidays with extended family or groups of friends. L’Atelier is not available for booking on its own.

Kithen bench with toaster in a French holiday cottage
A fully equiped kitchen in a French holiday cottage


Sleeps: 4

Bedrooms: 2

 Bathrooms: 1

Kitchen: 1


Cook up a storm. Relax with a glass of local grapes. Gather around the table for a game.

The open plan kitchen, dining and living space of L’Atelier is equipped with a new chef’s grade kitchen. A comfortable sofa invites you to relax. A dining table easily seats six for a game of cards or a delicious meal. French doors open from the living area to a wide porch and outdoor terrace.

The pen plan living and dinng areaof a French holiday cottage
A four poster bed with curtains in a French holiday home


Sweet dreams, sweeter awakenings. Cosy covers and delightful duvets.

Each room sleeps two. Choose from a delightful four-poster double bed with silk lined drapes, or the larger queen sized bed with Egyptiain cotton sheets. Each have super-soft mattress toppers and cloud-like pillows. Good nights assured. Wake refreshed and energised.


Pretty and inviting. Indulge yourself with our luxury toiletries.

Wash away your worries in our raised power-shower. The bathroom comes fully equipped with fluffy towels, handmade toiletries and the regular facilities - shower, sink, and loo.

Cole and Lewis luxury soaps
The priate garden and terrace area of a French holiday villa


A hidden treasure, shaded oasis. The perfect sanctuary on hot summer days.

The walled garden is delightful and private, perfect for pets or simply escaping the activity of the larger properties. The tiled roof of the terrace welcomes alfresco dining or simply somewhere to sit in the shade. The large glass table has room to seat guests from L’ Atelier and one of the other houses - a perfect place for lunch in the heat of the midday sun, blurring the lines between indoor and outdoor living like a watercolour painting.

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