luxury boutique hotel in Uzès
Guest house between Provence & Occitanie
Opening out onto the courtyard, the dining room with its vaulted ceiling and stone fireplace makes for a cosy retreat for reading or a game of cards.
In the living room, the chandelier designed by the owners out of recycled ventilation piping, hangs from the high ceiling in sharp contrasts with the ornate 18th century plasterwork.
An imposing stone staircase leads to the upper floors where original Louis XIII doors guard the privacy of the bedrooms. Each one offering its own individual atmosphere and uncompromising comfort.
A unique address in the heart of the historic market town of Uzès.
Built between the 16th and 18th centuries, L’Albiousse, named after one of its former owners, has opened its doors to become an intimate home from home for the discerning traveller.
L’Albiousse preserves a very French way of life, delicately combining informal elegance, contemporary chic and historic charm.
A guest house located in the heart of Uzès
A luxury bed and breakfast oozing with historic charme for a timeless and unforgettable stay
Leaving the hustle and bustle of town behind the heavy front door, you will be seduced by the peaceful atmosphere and the tranquil sound of the fountain and the birds singing in the courtyard.
Ideally situated between the Cathedral and the Duke’s castle, in the oldest and quietest part of town, L’Albiousse offers its guests a privileged setting for a romantic escape.
Stroll along the picturesque cobblestone streets and admire the rare collection of historic buildings. Enjoy the colorful shops, art galleries and antiques stores. Savor the authentic atmosphere of the Saturday and Wednesday markets and the vast choice of restaurants or simply relax at one of the numerous café terrace and watch the world go by.
The surrounding countryside and wild scrubland are also on the doorstep. A short walk down past the Cathedral takes you to the Eure valley, a beautiful setting for a riverside picnic, a leisurely stroll to see the remains of the roman aqueduct or the start of a 3 hour hike to the Pont du Gard.
World renowned Vineyards, traditional olive oil mills, fields of sunflowers and lavender, Unesco world heritage sites, tranquil hilltop villages and deep gorges are just a short cycle or drive away.