Reserve a table on the terrace in advance – it’s an in-demand spot for guests and locals alike.
Opt for a pop of colour – sky blue or sunflower yellows will suit the surroundings perfectly.
Chef Maxime Bobin is at the helm of restaurant La Volière, which specialises in local delicacies and fresh seafood. Settle into a cosy corner seat in the lantern-hung restaurant or dine alfresco on the pergola-shaded terrace; start your dinner with yuzu-marinated mackerel in fennel cream before mains of oven-cooked catch-of-the-day. Don’t miss the Valrhona chocolate tart, served with a scoop of home-made salted caramel ice cream. Book in advance for Sunday brunch (€65 an adult, €23 a child), a decadent buffet spread of morning favourites, including fresh fruits, crusty breads, oysters on ice, gourmet salads, fresh seafood and baskets of freshly baked pastries – served with champagne, of course.
Settle into the plump sofas of the cosy lounge or, in summer months, ask a member of staff to point the way to the hotel’s hidden rooftop bar. Surrounded by pine trees, it’s ideally positioned for sundowners. Go dealer’s choice with the cocktail of the day, or order anything made with Citadelle French gin (we like the martini).
Breakfast is served from 7.30am to 10.30am (Sunday brunch from 11.30am). In July and August, La Volière is open for dinner every night from 7pm to 9.30pm; from September to June, it’s open for dinner from Wednesday to Saturday only.
Have breakfast delivered to your door from 7.30am to 10.30am.