It is the story of an old farmhouse, hardy & proud, nestling in the warmth of the Alpilles hills. Hundred-year old oak & nettle-trees shield it from prying eyes and from the effervescent energy that reigns in the streets of St-Remy-de-Provence. In the 1950s its privileged location seduced Roger Bezombes, a dashingly colourful artist whose work abounds with graphic humour. Today, this distinctive property opens its doors and secrets for you to discover. Its latest identity is marked by the unexpected - inspired by the spontaneity which triumphs in a painter's lair! A thousand exquisite details and refined touches let you savour each and every moment. In the restaurant, Bernard concocts each dish like a story, invented to vary with the seasons. This is a Mediterranean cuisine, generous, warmhearted and true to its roots which we take pleasure in offering you.