2 adults + 1 child
The Countess’s antechamber, elegant, all in the soft pale blue soothing tones of its toile de Jouy, adjoins the countess’s room.
The “Countess” room, nested into the heart of the 18th century wing of Montastruc, is the room occupied by lady of the house.
The Count’s Room, located in the 18th century wing of Montastruc, is an intimate and comfortable room reserved for the landlord.
The “Blue room” is a pure Louis XV style room entirely designed and built in the 18th century, into a 13th century corner tower.
François’ room is on the 1st floor of the 18th wing, a beautiful room with furnishings mixing French semi-colonial and 18th century style, in blue and white tones.
Antoine’s room is on the floor of the 18th century wing, a beautiful room with furnishings mixing semi-colonial and classic French spirit, in pale green and white tones.
“Adelaide’s room” also known as “the princess’s room”, with its fabrics, is a bouquet of roses looking through two large angled bays over the main courtyard and the village.
The “Pink bedroom”, all in pale salmon-colored fabrics, has a generous canopy embroidered with flowers under which one likes to take refuge.
The master bedroom was occupied by the lords of Montastruc, from ancient times all the way through the end of the 17th century.
The “Abbot’s room” is a Louis XV room entirely designed and built in the 18th century into a 13th century corner tower, in a style of rustic simplicity but with the elegance characteristic of its time.
Listed on French Historic Monument Association
Philippe & Ségolène Raynaud de Fitte