The bedrooms of the Abbey have been arranged in old monk cells.
In the abbey, discover 21 rooms and 4 suites still bear traces of monks who occupied them once. Named by a Saint’s name, each room has its own character that recreates the sobriety and tranquility of the abbey. Their decoration combines comfort and refinement to feel at home. Each room has a different view, either of the valley, the terrace and its pines, the courtyard of the Roman chapel or the gardens.
The rooms come equipped with a shower or bath, heating and air conditioning, satellite TV, minibar, safe, hairdryer, bathrobe, direct telephone and books.
There are five different types of rooms:
- Monochal: Standard rooms.
- Tradition: some, without their own terrace, overlook the main terrace, while others look onto the garden or the courtyard of the Chapel.
- Charme: spacious superior rooms or mini-suites, with a south-facing terrace.
- Suite: small living area, bedroom and south-facing terrace with views; sleeps 3 or 4.