House of 240 m2
4 bedrooms with bathroom and toilet + 1 bedroom with private bathroom and toilet.
Each room is tastefully decorated and has a reversible air conditioning.
The rooms can each accommodate 1 to 3 people (with possibility of a child's bed) + 15 m². Umbrella and high chair available bed.
Living room with TV, Wifi Internet access, DVD player, large kitchen equipped with piano, microwave, coffee machine, laundry (washing machine, dryer), separate toilet on the ground floor, interior patio with flowers
Large dining room table for up to 12 people.
- Vetyver room: 2 beds 90x200,
Nature and countryside are the decor of this room. She invites you to imagine the scents of this plant which is by far the oldest perfume plant in Reunion.
- Jacaranda room: 1 120x180 boat bed & 1 80x180 bed, bathroom with bathtub,
The Jacaranda is simply a flamboyant blue that the time of a nap brings you the light breeze in high heat, Imagine the red-flowered trees that illuminate the island of Reunion at Christmas time would have been painted blue! a mix of different cultures, colors and scents.
- Vanilla flower 1 double bed 160x200 + 1 bed 90x190,
You will find a special charm to this room decorated in a colonial spirit. We would almost want to play settlers surrounded by their Bourbon Vanilla plantations
- Lotus Flower Room: 1 king size bed 160x200
The Lotus, the flower of light with a very pleasant and subtle scent. Flower of India or Japan, she enters the dance and inspires you calm and serenity.
- Orchid Room: 1 king size bed 160x200 and 1 chaise longue 70x180
These beautiful flowers in various colors litter the trails of hikers in the heart of the island of Reunion. Fresh and romantic, they could also be called "elegance"
"It's in the Lot et Garonne in the heart of the medieval village of Monflanquin that Colette wanted to give life back to a beautiful authentic residence dating back to the Middle Ages.
Strolling the narrow streets that sudden you feel like you live a page in the history of the thirteenth century ...
For Colette, it was a great adventure to revive these places by creating a House to host Hosts she named "The Flowers of the Islands". The austere and dark side parts formed by large stone walls gave way to a bright and friendly space to life. Heat and bright colors that have rocked his childhood in Reunion have inspired themes for each room.
Notice Lonely Planet: "How not to fall in love with this house? During a stay in the region, Colette and Jean-Michel (that come from Paris) have fallen for Monflanquin and this house which was for sale. The old stones and beams are now perfectly highlighted by impeccable catering and especially a decoration worthy of the most chic decorating magazines. The five rooms are all named after a flower islands and are managed accordingly. Lonely Planet would have liked to spend a night in "Lotus Flower" jewel love with Asian sounding accented by red and violet tones. Or why not the room "Fleur de Vanille" haven of peace on your cream, off-white, beige and chocolate ... All the furniture is from the old that has been restored: heather on flea markets in the region or legacy of a loving parent of Asia, it is a subtle mixture which takes place in these old walls that give an atmosphere of childhood memory. In summer, breakfast is taken in the small courtyard of one of the doors leads to a "Carrerot" typical small lane Monflanquin. In fact, why the islands? Colette is from ReunionGet the full listing »