Historically, the "Gatehouse" was the home of the "brother-porter". The Rule of St. Benedict foresaw in effect: "At the door of the monastery, we will place an old idea, who can receive and make response and whose maturity preserves to walk everywhere. This porter should have a box near the door, so that arrivals are always someone there to answer them. As soon as we have a poor hit or be called, he answered: "Dea Gratias" or "Benedicite" and with all the sweetness of the fear of God, he will hasten to respond in the fervor of charity. If this device needs help, he will have with him a younger brother ... ".
The 4 **** door has been restored with passion to offer a charming and luxurious service, a tasty blend of tradition and modern comfort. The conservation and development of all its original features (exposed stone fireplace, kitchen garden, archers, oak beams, tiles) create a very cozy atmosphere.
In this context, a "nice" kitchen, full-equipped and provided with a central island, adjacent to a very nice stylish lounge which studied lighting, equipment (TV / DVD) and nice chairs (including a trundle bed ) you rejoice. An open staircase leads you upstairs where you will discover a nice little room (single bed) and a large second bedroom (double bed) overlooking royally (mezzanine) the lounge. Bathroom decor, including a double sink, a toilet and a large shower with bench adjacent to the small bedroom.