Maison Plein Sud
NUMBER OF ROOMS: 2 rooms
CLOSED ANNUALLY: Open all year round
THE STORY: In the village of La Bruguière, not far from Uzès, Lyon-native Sophie Zieleskiewicz (a former interior designer) settled down with her suitcases in tow and opened up a guest house in August of 2020. In the sunny quarters of this former silk worm farm, the aptly-named Maison Plein Sud boasts two guest rooms: the luminous “Saint-Hippolyte” with its monastic charm (whitewashed walls, a ribbed vault ceiling) and its magnificent stone bathroom; and the “Place aux Herbes” with its warm Indian yellow tones, colorful fabrics, walk-in shower and retro fittings. Plus, these two cozy spaces each have an intimate terrace under the stone arches, with views of the garden and direct access to the pool. In short, la dolce vita, Occitan style, surrounded by vineyards and garrigue scrubland. Double rooms starting at €145 a night.
TOILETRIES: Organic and local Laboratoire Gravier soap and shampoo.
BREAKFAST: Included, with coffee or tea, fresh fruit juice, madeleines, homemade jam, viennoiseries, fried eggs, cheese, charcuterie…
LITTLE LUXURY: Enjoying a good massage in your bedroom after exploring the small streets of Uzès.