The Orangerie

One of the oldest and most charming buildings of Mouleydier, the Orangerie has a long and interesting history. Originally constructed to house and protect delicate citrus trees from the winter frosts, it has now been lovingly restored for visitors.
While enjoying the surrounding peace and quiet you are nevertheless just a stone’s throw from the village’s numerous shops and cafés.
You will be charmed by the old stone walls, the pink roof tiles and the large south facing windows.   Once inside, the living/dining area is decorated with some attractive stained glass windows from the Art Nouveau period and 18th century furniture.
A flat TV screen is provided.

There is an ample parking and a private entrance.
The bedroom with its exposed beams has a double bed (160×200 cm) and flat screen TV.
There is an adjoining bathroom with ‘Italian’ style shower and old style bath, and WC.
There is a well equipped, modern kitchen with breakfast bar. Upstairs, the bedroom of 20 sq. metres is decorated in pastel shades and features a delightful 19th century stained glass window. There are three comfortable beds and small bathroom with WC.

On the terrace overlooking the garden and the swimming pool, a table and six chairs allow you to relax. The pool with its stylish and illuminated water jets light up the surrounding area during the evening.
The 15 metres long pool has a depth of 1.50 m, and with safety a priority, has two alarms. Parents must accompany their young children at all times.
‘Chaises longues’, soft cushioned chairs and parasols invite you to relax near the Bamboo grove in complete serenity.