La Chambre de Séraphin
This room dedicated to single artists who want to be pampered as it includes all three meals.
Oriented to the north, it is a very fresh room, full of light and looking over a courtyard and the sculpture studio. Furnished with vintage pieces, it has a double bed, bedside tables and lamps, and a small sitting area with its own writing desk. Vintage concrete tiles make for a cool floor in the heat of summer. There is also a large walk-in wardrobe to store your belongings and suitcases out of your way during your sojourn.
La Chambre de Séraphin is indeed a charming, very quiet and inviting environment for a siesta to rest, read, write or simply meditate! This room also has its own private en-suite bathroom. Fitted with a vintage ‘baignoire sabot’ (a sit-in half bath), in which you can soak or have a shower (or both!) Vintage concrete tiles cover the floor and walls and a tiny window, recently reopened after decades being bricked in, lets the light in and provides a breeze throughout! This bedroom is adjoined by a delightful little quiet space with a comfortable couch/sofa.Meals at the Residency
All three meals are included for the artist choosing to reside in La Chambre de Séraphin. Local and seasonal ingredients are sourced regularly to be able to provide you with delicious meals, many based on specialties of the Gard and nearby Provence, often accompanied by fresh salads and deserts. Breakfasts offer a choice of home-mixed muesli, eggs and toast, and the obligatory morning coffee on the terrace comes with croissants or pains au chocolat.
You will certainly not starve and will be well prepared for your days of creativity!! The other obligatory daily event is the “apero” and that, together with the wine accompanying dinner, will ensure you have a relaxing and fun evening and a good night’s sleep.