The very generous Master Bedroom benefits from large windows which overlook the front courtyard and gardens. The room holds an emperor-sized bed, a comfy seating area and a dressing room – along with the luxury of ‘his and hers’ bathrooms both with full size baths, separate showers, toilets and bidets.
With adjacent en-suite bathroom, this beautiful room boasts various original features including the terracotta floor and a decorative enamelled stove. With its own balcony overlooking the private outdoor pool area, this room also enjoys lovely views out to the east and south of the property.
With an en-suite shower room, wonderful wall hangings and its own private bridge leading to the upper terrace and swimming pool, The Bridge Room is another very special option for guests. This room also provides flexible sleeping arrangements as the room can be configured as a twin or a double.
This extraordinary circular room is located above the entrance hall in the main tower of Château Germaine – hence its name. A sunken double bed sits on the unique raised carpeted platform. The rooms also has its own private en-suite shower and WC as well as an individual air-conditioning unit.
Accessed via cantilevered stone stairs from the kitchen, The White Bedroom is a light and airy room with its own beautifully designed deep pebble bath and separate WC. This room also has its own air conditioning unit. In The White Bedroom, you’ll wake up to sensational easterly views over the Var Valley.
From the large windows which look out north towards the Alps and east to the Var valley, to the Juliet balcony which takes advantage of the scenery in the south towards Le Broc – this impressive triple aspect bedroom displays the picturesque region of Provence in all its glory. The room’s own private bathroom can be found across the corridor with full size bath and shower above.
Unlike other rooms listed, The Oriental room is available by separate arrangement and at an additional charge. The double bedroom suite is decorated in rich red with oriental themed furnishings, stained glass windows and has French doors on two walls. The self contained apartment has its own kitchenette and bathroom and although it is part of the main house it is not accessible from within. The Oriental Room has its own private front door which is accessed via a lower gravel terrace reached by steps down from the front courtyard.