At a glance the Hôtellerie du Bas-Bréau
On the edge of Fontainebleau Forest, in Barbizon, the preserve of pre-Impressionist painters, the Hôtellerie du Bas-Bréau moves effortlessly through time and adapts to contemporary tastes. The rooms, suites and even the old hunting lodge have remained faithful to classical furnishings whereas the bathrooms are now equipped with a jacuzzi. The one-hectare park has a holiday feel just 30 minutes from Paris. On fine days, cocktails and light meals are served by the pool. Since Robert Louis Stevenson, the author of Treasure Island, first stayed here, numerous celebrities have come in search of tranquillity and inspiration.
Dominique & Jean-Pierre Fava