Built in 1500 the house originally offered hospitality to pligrims on the path to Saint Jacques de Compostelle.
In 1683 three young nuns from the Order of the Augustine settled here and founded the Covent of the Holy Family.
Their progressive medical knowledge gained a reputation and it became more a hospital (hopital). Eventually in 1764 the nuns were honoured and called to work for the Eveque of Carpentras (the bishop). The covent continued to welcome travellers until 1922, and during the second world war was a place of care for the resistance.
We are a composer and writer, who live for music, art, literature and all things creative, and our house reflects these passions.
Our imagination and intentions come from living/working in Goa, Nepal, Ibiza, Paris and London. The house mixes classic French style with a natural twist.
We embrace the relaxed beauty of imperfection Offering an experience in an authentic historical building
with a laid back atmosphere, where you can be your creative self.