In the 19th century, the second floor of this Bastide housed some of the employees of the paper mill. The first floor housed the offices with the accountants while the owners’ families shared the southern part of the property.
During the Middle Ages, within the Abbey, monks lived in the upper section of the Mill while conducting their work in the lower portion. Serving a strategic purpose, the Mill had a watchtower that provided surveillance of the surroundings. The Bastide was an integral component of the Mill’s expansion. Referred to as the Abbey, the Mill earned this name because the monks lived in the upper quarters and worked in the lower area, where the wheel powered the Mill.
Now these spaces have been transformed into suites for 2, 4 or 6 people in a typical Provencal style.
The apartments are now available for rent for short, medium or long stays, except during the wedding season. A unique chance to discover this incredible place!