NUMBER OF ROOMS: 2 double rooms and 1 mezzanine with sleeping quarters
CLOSED ANNUALLY: Open all year round
THE STORY: Marine de Bouchony and Camille de Laurens, the duo at the helm of the M/B. creative agency in Paris, first dreamt up The Cabanon des Goudes for getaways with their friends and family… before eventually opening it up to visitors in need of a sea breeze. What should you expect? A classic cabana tucked away in the Calanques of Marseille, with everything you need to kick back and relax: tomette tile floors, a functional kitchen (equipped with a fridge, an oven, a dishwasher, a washing machine, etc.), bathrooms with small showers, a tree-lined patio with a hammock… Not to mention the big outdoor table, located street-side, for apéros that morph into improvised dinners. And upstairs? There’s a parental suite (coir flooring, linen sheets, vintage furniture), plus another bedroom above it with two single beds, and sleeping quarters in the mezzanine for the most adventurous among you. In short, a good Goudes spot. Stays in the cabana starting at €150 a night (two-night minimum stay).
TOILETRIES: Plenty of Savon de Marseille soap.
BREAKFAST: No, but there’s a small épicerie nearby, where you can get your fill of local products.
LITTLE LUXURY: Diving into the Mediterranean, a skip and a hop away from the cabana.