The room Guillaume le Conquérant
The room Guillaume le Conquérant is a room of character, like the Duke who gave him his name!
The medieval era ... Christophe's predilection, plunged for years in medieval reconstructions "life size"! You will feel the soul of a conqueror!
The Guillaume Room is, of course, of medieval inspiration and you will savor its large four-poster bed, lounge area and cascading sink.
Guillaume le Conquérant (William the Conqueror), born in Falaise around 1027 and died in Rouen on September 9, 1087, is Duke of Normandy in 1035 and King of England in 1066. He is one of the most powerful monarchs of Western Europe at the time.
The Norman knights of that time, great navigators and great conquerors created trade routes all around Europe.
Capacity: 3 people
1 large bed 180 x 200
1 extra bed "drawer" 90 x 180
1 seating area with tea / coffee making facilities
Bathroom and WC
Hair dryer, towels, bathrobes and hygiene products available