Adopting an eco-responsible approach inside a historical and listed building dated 1598 could be seen as very challenging.
However, beyond the premises and their arrangement, we work for the respect of the environment in the day-to-day life, through iterative behaviours and simple convictions. Here, we promote waste sorting, we switch off the light when going out from a room, we save electrical heating, we use LED lights as much as possible, all bathrooms are equipped with water saving systems, we support reasonable laundry management, we use basic cleaning products and organic soaps, …
Also, our approach mostly arises from passion for health and nutrition. You cannot respect the others and the environment without respecting yourself first.
Based on the above, the nature and quality of our meals will remain absolutely essential at the House.
The garden is quite unusual, teeming with insects and birds, and offers at its own discretion (as we only let nature do its job) its vegetables, fruits and aromatic herbs. Other products, mostly local and organic, become source of our inspired homemade table. Eating at the House is choosing a healthy but greedy and balanced nutrition.
And the moments of conviviality, together around this table, make the human dimension of this experience.