Need to know
Eight, including two suites.
12 noon, but flexible, depending on bookings. Check-in is between 4pm and 8pm, unless with prior arrangement.
Double rooms from $137.67 (€127), excluding tax at 10 per cent. Please note the hotel charges an additional local city tax of €0.70 per person per night on check-out.
Rates exclude breakfast, €17.
Built in 1777 and named after its first owner, Baudon de Mauny has been in the same family for seven generations.
At the hotel
Library, free WiFi throughout. In rooms: flatscreen TV, DVD, iPod dock, bottled water. Note the Gypserie does not have a TV in the room, but one is available to borrow.
Our favourite rooms
Junior suite Les Gypseries has a mammoth-tubbed bathroom, floor-to-ceiling windows and walk-in wardrobe; a hand-carved bucolic scene and faux-fur bedspread may sound rustic, but it’s all swag-free and minimal. The two suites on the ground floor, Les Papillons and Les Pavôts, are ideal for long stays or family visits, since they share a full kitchen. Look out for Cole & Son wallpaper that inspired the rooms’ names, for example: the flamingoes in superior double Les Flamants Roses.
Some kind of flagstone-friendly footwear – flip-flops in summer, or slippers in winter.
Non-smoking throughout. Two-night minimum stay (one-night stays are possible, but incur an extra €50 charge).
Welcome in ground-floor suites Les Papillons and Les Pavôts. Babies can stay free in cots; extra beds are €40 for children up to 15. Babysitting can be arranged a week in advance for €15 an hour.